You get off at the Tenleytown Metro station after long Red Line commute and, if you live in one Cityline at Tenley’s 204 condo units, you’re already home. Originally a Sears department store dating back to 1941, this 6-story building offers you 21st-century living amenities and condo features, including floor-to-ceiling windows, great city views, modern-day kitchens, an on-site fitness center, and a relaxing interior courtyard. But what you also get are the benefits of having, right at your busy fingertips, access to the kind of everyday stores that make urban living so much easier. There’s a Whole Foods for groceries, a Best Buy for new electronics, an Ace Hardware store for when something breaks (and it always does), and other shopping and dining options along Wisconsin Avenue. And for those urbanites with little ones, you’re right across the street from both Janney Elementary School
and Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library
. Not to mention 330 parking spaces, which means you can enjoy public transportation and your car whenever you want.