ARC 3409 Nearly 90% Sold

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One of the newest residential additions to the Virginia Square area of Arlington is now nearly 90-percent sold. Once a luxury hotel, ARC 3409 was recently converted over to condominium units, many complete with large terraces and expansive DC views. With contemporary features, including its steel and glass exterior and modernly appointed interiors, the eight-story building capitalizes on its impressive location and superb attention to detail.

With more than 80 units in all, the condos of ARC 3409 include open floor plans with some industrial-style design elements available to give the homes modern appeal. Ranging in size from 600 square feet to more than 2,000 square feet, each of the units features one- to three-bedrooms and up to 2.5 baths, including one penthouse unit.

Priced from the high $300,000s to well upwards of $1 million, ARC 3409 homes offer such upscale features and finishes as stainless steel appliances, white quartz countertops, contemporary cabinetry and hardwood flooring. As well, the loft-style units also include exposed ductwork and soaring ceilings as well as floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing for an influx of natural light throughout the homes.

Building amenities include the lobby concierge, bike storage, a 24-hour fitness center and a rooftop deck for enjoying the spectacular views across the Potomac River and on to DC. There is also underground parking available, plus the Metro is just a few blocks away, giving residents easy access to nearby restaurants, shops and more. Other nearby attractions include the tennis courts, sports courts and the playground of nearby Quincy Park, as well as area schools and the Arlington Central Library.

Found right along Wilson Boulevard, ARC 3409 is in the middle of Clarendon and Virginia Square, the very first new condo building to come to the community in several years. Along with providing a simple commute, this walk-able neighborhood also provides easy access to various other sites and attractions in the DC area.

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