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Former NPR DC HQ Debuts as Lux MF

Washington DC-based Urban Investment Partners (UIP) unveiled Frequency Apartments, a 100-unit luxury apartment community located in Washington, DC. The former office building housed National Public Radio affiliate WAMU, and underwent a $14-million renovation.

UIP acquired the building at 4000 Brandywine Street, NW, along with two other properties, from American University in 2016. A gut renovation was completed on the 36,0000-square-foot structure and 14,000 square feet was added to the building, which is just one block from the Tenleytown-American University station on Metrorail’s Red Line.

UIP’s Steve Schwat says, “Frequency is our most contemporary apartment community to date. The name is derived from its history as a radio station and recording studio for WAMU/NPR programming.”

The distinctive open-space apartments offer plank flooring, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, designer lighting, quartz kitchen counters, spacious modular closets and large bathrooms.

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