The Batley begins leasing its luxury apartments above La Cosecha Latin Market

In the Union Market environs, compact living with creature comforts

The Batley luxury apartments in Washington, D.C. began leasing last month. La Cosecha Latin Market will be part of the retail space in the historic building near Union Station. The Batley kept is throwback look with a historic, brick-accented street-level facade, contrasting its modern template for the residences above. The project was finalized and delivered by Level 2 Development. A total of 432 luxury residential will lease up in the 11-story building.

La Cosecha Street Festival introduced a good part of the lower retail to visitors and residences September 7. The free block party and concert unveiled a glimpse of what’s to come in the retail space. Above, the apartments are currently leasing from $1,843 for a studio to $5,030 for the two-bedroom Elliot floor plan, featuring a private terrace. There are many floor plans to choose from. In the one-bedroom floor plan design, renters take their pick from the Andres to the Dowling floor plans from $2,248 to $3,628.

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The heated, rooftop, salt-water pool and floor-to-ceiling windows will be some of the highlights of urban living in this complex. Residences will power up their social living with bar, grilling and al fresco dining amid panoramic views of the city, suggests the building’s online profile. Select residences will also include private balconies. Bicycle storage and repair, as well as electric car charging and on-premise gourmet coffee may take the edge off the long working days.

Dining choices in the neighborhood will be aplenty with La Cosecha Latin Market below and Union Market just one block away. Latin Market’s Filos Bakery, Serena+Zumato (from the owners of La Colada), Café Unido, and La Casita are just a few of the eateries that will rise to recognition in the new La Cosecha. In addition, Shouk and Stellina Pizzeria can be found next door.

The Batley is an Alexan Properties community and managed by Trammel Crow Residential. Enjoy convenient access to Union Market and transportation hubs, including Union Station. The Batley is less than a 10-minute walk from the Noma-Gallaudet New York Avenue Metro Station on the WMATA Red Line. For additional information, visit The Batley’s website.

The Batley, 1270 Fourth Street Northeast, Washington, D.C. 20002

Photo credit: Level 2

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