The Mission was named “Best Reason to Rent” by Washingtonian magazine! Read what Washingtonian Magazine had to say about this amazing new community.:
Best Reason to Rent – The Mission
This prewar beauty at 14th and R streets, Northwest, has had many lives: a 1920’s Studebaker dealership, a homeless shelter, and now the coolest apartment complex in DC. The architecture firm Eric Colbert & Associates designed the Mission apartments to incorporate three neighboring historic rowhouses and a new addition in the rear, but the best units are the ones in the old car showroom, which have exposed-brick walls unlike any you’ve seen (and if you’ve been in the District five minutes, you’ve seen tons). These show so many layers of old paint, they look like original artwork. The rent might be more than your mortgage (a 392-foot studio goes for $2,225 a month), but one look inside and you may consider moving. – Article courtesy of Washingtonian Magazine.
To learn more about the Mission, or to see if you qualify for one of these amazing homes, please visit their website at MissionOn14.com!