Memorial Overlook is Traditional Icon in Central Location

With monument views and classic style points, Memorial Overlook is a traditional icon of sorts in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood. Unlike some of the newer construction glass towers that are being built, this boutique building boasts a more traditional red brick exterior and a prime address.

Centrally located, this six-story, luxury building offers close to three-dozen well-appointed residences and coveted amenities. Constructed in the early to mid 2000s, Memorial Outlook sits right across the street from the US Marine Corps War Memorial and The Netherlands Carillon tower. 

The elevator building is also close to Arlington National Cemetery and offers an extremely short commute for many. That’s because the location is not far from Georgetown or Downtown DC.

You could easily walk to the Rosslyn Metro stop from Memorial Outlook or enjoy the many shops and restaurants of Rosslyn, too. As for some of the on-site amenities in this dog and cat-friendly building, you’ll find lounge areas, a fitness center, a club room with a catering kitchen, and concierge services. 

Floorplans at Memorial Overlook typically range from around 1,000 square feet to 2,700 square feet of living space. A three-bedroom, 2.5-bath unit at Memorial Overlook was recently listed on the market. The rare corner unit includes around 2,300 square feet of living space and a wrap-around balcony, which is more common with some of the larger units at Memorial Overlook. 

The three-bedroom unit offers massive glass doors, a fireplace, and a gourmet, eat-in kitchen with an island, granite countertops, and a wine cooler. It also includes walk-in closets and a mix of marble and hardwood flooring. The home additionally features two assigned garage parking spaces and two storage units.

Recent sales have also included a one-bedroom, one-bath unit with around 1,000 square feet of living space. Commonly you’ll find wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and spa-like baths with the units of Memorial Overlook.

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