The rent at The Chesapeake Apartments ranges from $1,350 for a studio to a $2,595 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 12% less expensive than the Forest Hills average.
The Chesapeake Apartments is an eight minute walk from the Red Metrorail Red Line at the VAN NESS-UDC METRO STATION stop.
This apartment is in the Forest Hills neighborhood in Washington D.C.. Nearby parks include Forest Hills, Forest Hills Playground and Peter Muhlenberg Memorial.
The Chesapeake Apartments has a Walk Score of 75 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Nearby schools include Franklin Montessori School, Murch Elementary School and Sheridan School.
The closest grocery stores are Giant, Connecticut Avenue Tiger Mart and Whole Foods Market - Tenleytown.
Nearby coffee shops include Starbucks, Terasol and Politics and Prose. There are 15 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Quiznos Sandwich Restaurants, Hart Food Inc and Burger King.
The Chesapeake Apartments is near Forest Hills, Forest Hills and Forest Hills Playground.
There are minimal bike lanes and the terrain is mostly flat. The Chesapeake Apartments is bikeable, there is some bike infrastructure. Bike sharing is available from Capital Bikeshare.
Click Here For Online Savings A true NW Connecticut Avenue landmark. Ideally located in one of DCs most sought after neighborhoods, The Chesapeake Apartments offers a wonderful combination of historic charm and modern convenience in NW Washington DC. Every studio, 1 & 2 bedroom apartment home includes unique features that are reminiscent of its Art Deco roots. The beautifully designed building has recently been renovated to include a complete business center, lovingly restored vintage lobby and upgraded apartments. Energize body, mind and spirit in our fitness center and resident lounge - complete with billiards, media center and much more. The Chesapeake is just 3 blocks from the Van Ness Metro and four miles from I-495 - convenient for both in-town and suburban commuters. Professionally managed by Horning Brothers: 50 years of community building