Recent Bozzuto Management reviews
Easy access to patco (across the street), nice facility upstairs to study/swim/workout/tan on a nice day.
Expensive but nice and great service when repairs are needed. Typically fixed within the day.
Our apartment is large w/ a porch, animal friendly.
Beautiful building; can't beat the amenities and features for this price point.
Have lived here since 2015 and really love it. You can't beat this price point for everything it includes. I have a gym and pool and huge apartment for less than 2000. I've looked at moving, but really can't get away from the area.
We also have a liquor store, Starbucks, taco place, a neighborhood bar, nail salon, hair cuttery, and artist studios. There is also a farmers market in the spring and community events.
I am also a three minute walk from the red line and the metropolitan branch trail.
DC living (Foggy Bottom) -- Residences on the Avenue (lux apartment building)
This apartment building is like a really expensive dorm for the GW students that can afford it. It's basically all students. So you can expect noise Thursday through Saturday nights, at least a bit in the hallways and in the lobby/lounge area. I don't have any issues with it and feel like my apartment is well insulated.
The building is really nice. It is like living in a hotel. I waited about a month before my unit was listed for the price point that I wanted ($450 below the normal price), so I am getting good value out of the apartment, but it still is really expensive.
It is located right next to whole foods, which is super convenient. Whole Foods has tons of great ready food options, basically all restaurants in one-- sushi, pizza, salad bar... Trader Joe's is like an 8 minute walk away, which is better for bulk purchases and cheaper than Whole Foods.
It is across the street from the Silver line metro. My commute to Tysons Corner (my office is Westpark) is approximately 35-45 min door to door. Monthly metro costs around $170-- but you can write that off taxes and save 30%. The cost per trip is $4.55 from Foggy Bottom to Tysons Corner.
I rationalized getting this unit because I wanted a solid building with in-unit washer/dryer and really good AC/Heat (I have bad allergies). Haden across from HQ was probably my next best option and was going for around $1850, but I would have needed a car at Haden (costs for lease, insurance, parking, maintenance) and did not want to deal with it. Also, it's great living in DC and experiencing the city.
Great building, ok location
We moved into 77H in order to be close to Union Station, as my wife commutes via train, and I work in Georgetown. The building and management have been great, although we have not needed a lot of attention from them. We love our apartment- we splurged to have a corner unit, and it has been wonderful with great sunlight, and an open floorplan. The appliances are not top notch but they are good. The amenities are also nice, with 2 separate pools a small calf-deep pool for wading and a deeper pool, still small but nice to float in. There's a game area with several TVs, a moderate sized gym, and an entertainment area that can be rented out.
Occasionally we are annoyed with noise either from the garbage trucks in the early AM outside our unit, or from the garbage compactor that seems to be below us. The noise is easily drowned out with a fan.
The location is right above a Walmart (convenient for quick grocery runs!) and right next to Gonzaga high school, both of which cause some small traffic jams getting out of the garage or navigating 1st and I St. However, you are within walking distance of NoMa, H St corridor, Mt Vernon Square, and Gallery Place.
Overall we've enjoyed our living situation and would recommend it if you are looking to be in the Union Station/NoMa/Mt Vernon Square area!
Cheap one bed/one bath if you want to live alone in Arlington, and need parking.
Floors in the building can be misleading-- 3rd floor is actually street level.
Lots of Storage.
10 minute walk from metro.
Not the best washer/dryers.
Regent's Park Review
Suburb Feel, Direct Metro/Highway Access
Awesome price, a little far from the metro
Super cheap for being on the silver line ($800/person) and a short drive to work too, just not many other ADPs or nightlife in the immediate neighborhood.
Close to Metro; Amazing Community; Quality Amenities
We love the convenient access to Metro Rail and Bus stops at Dunn Loring Metro. The building is very modern with top notch amenities like an indoor basketball court, club house with free wifi, pool/outdoor recreational area, and great gym. The leasing office is extremely helpful and maintenance is very quick and reliable. We feel very secure with concierge service, key fob access to entrances and elevator, and underground parking. Lots of great restaurants and bars on the first floor of the building and we are a short walk away from the Mosaic District. Pet friendly.
Residences on the Avenue
Too high a price for the quality of living. Due to college kids, can be noisy even during exam period. Noise from downstairs can be annoying (especially for the lines of units which you know would have wooden floors). Why? The reason is simple. Girls love wearing hills that can make unpredictable and loud sounds until and beyond (God forbid) the midnight. Management is not that helpful in resolving such issues. They denied initially to warn the noisy neighbors. They also denied initially to email notices reminding of quiet hours. More than anything, the heaters/air conditioners are quite old, making huge drilling sounds. If not for yours, neighbors' drilling sounds can make sleeping difficult. Heater may not be efficient, taking hours to heat up the unit. Strangers without much credentials may also enter the apartment due to college kids. The only advantages here are the short distance and assurance of getting something to eat during holidays and snow days with Whole Foods (which is also expensive compared to Safeways while comparable quality in commodities sold).
Good, up-and-coming location
Great location if you want a grocery store, some restaurants and proximity to the metro station. I wouldn't recommend really strolling around the neighborhood, but it's fairly safe. Just one metro stop from Union station and the Capitol.
If you can afford it, this is the spot!!
I absolutely love living at 1213 Walnut. The facilities are meticulously maintained, the staff is friendly and welcoming, and the amenities are beautiful. Plus, the proximity to Jefferson cannot be beat!
Great place to live
Great management with a lot of Jefferson discounts and credits. Maintenance is quick and efficient. Great neighbors and close to the hospital. Central to most of center city.
Overall, I like it here
The only bad things are the expense and the elevators. There are generally 3 working elevators for 45 floors, so they can get busy when people are leaving for work or returning home at the end of the day.
I love 1213 Walnut. The amenities are amazing and management is extremely involved and receptive. Whenever there is an issue, they take care of it. They have really thought of everything here and they work hard to make our experience better each day. They also do a lot of fun community happy hours and events! The building is also extremely pet friendly and a lot of tenants have dogs.
The Hepburn Review
Luxurious but service doesn’t match price