Located in Washington’s exclusive Upper Northwest neighborhood between the Cleveland Park and Woodley Park Metro stations on the Red Line, The Kennedy-Warren offers a level of elegance unsurpassed by any other Washington DC apartments.
Designed by Washington architect Joseph Younger in 1930, The Kennedy-Warren is considered the most important privately owned example of Art Deco style in the nation’s capital. The exterior of the building is remarkable for its attention to detail, from the carved limestone eagles embellishing the front entrance to the geometric aluminum spandrels flanked by a saw-tooth pattern of multicolor brick.
Although the exterior appears seamless, The Kennedy-Warren consists of two wings with separate addresses and shared world-class amenities. Residents of both addresses can enjoy a luxurious retreat from their day in the resident-only club and the state-of-the-art fitness center, which features a 60-foot indoor lap pool, steam rooms, and individual cardio theater equipment.
Outdoor spaces include a rooftop sundeck and a large outdoor patio overlooking the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park, adding a sense of serenity to this Cleveland Park landmark. Exclusive concierge services are available to South Wing residents, and the front desk and garage are staffed 24 hours a day.
The Historic Wing features brand new kitchens and oak hardwood floors without compromising modern conveniences, such as central heating and cooling, in-unit washers and dryers, and dishwashers. The exclusive South Wing features grand apartment residences with semi-private elevator entrances, Sub-Zero refrigerators, stand up showers with separate Jacuzzi tubs and private balconies overlooking Rock Creek Park in select units.
Whether you live in the Historic Wing or the South Wing, The Kennedy-Warren offers a premier location with the kind of service and style that can’t be found at other Washington DC apartments.