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DC Access partners with Urban Investment Partners to offer WiFi at The Biltmore apartments

By November 15, 2008May 17th, 2017Press Releases, WiFi

Washington, DC – In cooperation with Urban Investment Partners (UIP), DC Access is now providing Wireless Internet (WiFi) to The Biltmore, a 24-unit apartment building located at 1940 Biltmore Street NW in the historic Kalorama Triangle.

WiFi offers a reliable, always-on broadband connection. The Biltmore is part of a new agreement with UIP to offer WiFi to residents at six multi-family properties, with the remaining properties scheduled to come on line over the next 24 months.

“For most tenants, having access to high-speed Internet is no longer viewed as an amenity, but as a requirement,” says Matt Wade, president of DC Access.

Through similar partnerships with several other local real estate companies and property owners, including Evolve LLC and Yarmouth Management, DC Access provides WiFi at more than a dozen multi-tenant properties in DC.

“This new partnership with UIP is a great opportunity to reach new subscribers by expanding into the Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan neighborhoods,” says Martha Huizenga, partner at DC Access. “Our services are a great fit for apartment communities, and we’re excited to be working with UIP to provide local, affordable WiFi to their residents.”

About DC Access, LLC

2009 will mark the 10th anniversary of DC Access, which is owned and operated by the husband-and-wife team of Matt Wade and Martha Huizenga. DC Access, which is privately held and headquartered on Capitol Hill, is DC’s first and only Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP). DC Access also provides nationwide web hosting and nationwide dial-up.

About Urban Investment Partners 

Urban Investment Partners (UIP) is a real estate investment, asset and property management organization specializing in multi-family residential property investment, primarily in the Washington DC area. Since its founding, UIP has successfully introduced more than eight real estate funds with a total valuation of over $175 million and has acquired, developed and/or redeveloped residential properties totaling more than 3,600 units. UIP is dedicated to preserving and providing affordable rental accommodations in the District of Columbia.