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wooster & mercer - arlington va

Blending the enjoyment of new construction with the historic appeal of authentic loft design principles, Wooster & Mercer brings the luxury of stylish living options to Arlington. The seven-story property in the Rosslyn neighborhood houses nearly 90 condos in all; the combination of two loft buildings joined together by a private courtyard.

The brick, factory-style façade is complimented inside by such desirable loft-inspired extras as exposed ductwork and large, industrial-style windows. Those industrial style points extend throughout the homes, translating to more unique designs, joined by modern, stylish interiors.

First delivered in the mid 2000s, buyers can choose from a more traditional flat, a dramatic loft or a penthouse unit. Starting

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george mason university - virgina square

For a walkable, urban community, Virginia Square certainly fits the bill. While mostly residential, the neighborhood is also home to two college campuses, several unique businesses and area parks.

George Washington University and George Mason University are both located in the area, as is the large Arlington Arts Center. The location provides some gallery space as well as some working artist studios. The building, itself, also sits on the National Register of Historic Places.

You’ll additionally find the Arlington Public Library’s main branch in Virginia Square, plus an eclectic mix of unique restaurants and boutiques. Outdoor attractions include the Bon Air Memorial Rose Garden, particularly popular during the summer season, plus several area

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arlington va

The votes are in and once again Arlington takes the top spot when it comes to the “Best City to Live in America”. The honor comes from Niche, an online review website that annually ranks cities in regards to everything from public schools to crime, diversity and nightlife.

Not only did Arlington rank as the number one city in the Niche listing, but it received an overall grade of an A+. The quality of the city’s public schools helped, as did doing well in the category of cities that are good for families. In both cases Arlington received an A+.

Arlington also received an A+ in nightlife and for the category of health and fitness. The city earned an A for diversity, the commute and outdoor activities. The rankings slipped slightly to a B+ for

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the representative - 1101 arlington ridge rd

From its marble lobby to its solid wood doors and trim, elegant attention to detail is what sets The Representative apart from other condos in the DC area. This stately Arlington high-rise was first constructed in the mid-1970s, yet remains one of the most stylish residential properties in the entire area.

The unique, S-shaped building is home to around 200 private condos, with a variety of different floor plans for new buyers to choose from. Options range from one- to three-bedroom designs, with prices starting in the high $300,000s, yet going up from there. It’s rare, however, for condos to even come on the market at The Representative.

Those that do often feature large windows and extended balconies, plus some units also offer fireplaces.

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eclipse on center park - arlington va

For urban convenience in Arlington, consider the dual condo towers of Eclipse on Center Park. Close to Potomac Yard, this newer construction, high-rise development is home to hundreds of private residences and close to countless options in shopping, dining and entertainment.

Residents of Eclipse on Center Park enjoy generous views of the nearby Potomac River as well as the city skyline. Added conveniences include ground level retail space housing a grocery store and a restaurant. Found just to the south of Crystal City, the condos also enjoy a location that’s within a short walk of just about everything.

In addition, it’s possible to easily hop on the Mount Vernon Bike Trail living at Eclipse on Center Park or to access Four Mile Run Park,

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the belvedere - 600 n oak st arlington

For full-service condos in Arlington, The Belvedere enjoys an impressive location and a well-established reputation in the DC area. Constructed in the mid to late 1980s, the property sits at the top of a Rosslyn hill, with two 19-story towers connected via a lobby.

Home to more than 500 private residences, the condos of The Belvedere allow for an influx of natural light to flow throughout the homes from the glass-enclosed balconies. A real treat for buyers, the balconies offer up the enjoyment of not only some impressive views, but also the addition of a unique living space you won’t often find with other condos in the area.

Options start with one-bedroom floor plans, however some of the larger units allow for three-bedrooms. Ranging from around

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the atrium - arlington va

From the tranquility of its delightful lobby waterfall to its glass elevators, The Atrium offers up a contemporary take on condominium living in Rosslyn. Constructed in the mid 1980s, the landmark property sits at the top of a hill, supplying commanding views of the surrounding area and some impressive added amenities.

The Atrium is home to around 350 private residences, spread across 13-stories of stylish living space. The condos are known for their floor-to-ceiling windows, serving up outstanding views of Georgetown and the Potomac River.

In addition, you’ll find such high-end extras throughout the homes as marble baths and hardwood flooring, along with large closets. Many units have been updated and remodeled throughout the years, now

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 ballston row - arlington va

For sophisticated town home living in Arlington, consider the open floor plans and modern conveniences of a Ballston Row lifestyle. The property offers the enjoyment of up to four-levels of living space, complimented by a two-car garage and a rooftop deck, supplying the added luxury of extra space for both living and entertaining.

With the feel of a neighborhood setting yet the convenience of sitting close to everything you need and desire in the Arlington area, the town homes offer residents the best of both worlds. It’s possible to walk to the closest Metro stop, or take a leisurely stroll to the many nearby options in dining, shopping and entertainment.

As an extra benefit the property sits just across the street from an elementary school,

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georgetown-rosslyn gondolaGraphic: ZGF Architects/Georgetown BID

Supporters of bringing a gondola to the DC area are once again bringing up the plan, hoping to someday make it reality. Some area business leaders and those with political ties believe its still a good idea, years after the plan first came to public light.

Initiated five years ago as part of its 15-year strategic plan, the Georgetown Business Improvement District proposed the gondola to connect Georgetown to Rosslyn. Georgetown doesn’t have a Metro, and proponents believe a gondola could not only be built faster, but with a much smaller price tag than other transportation solutions.

Just two years ago, a study took a closer look at the plan, maintaining the gondola was a feasible proposal. Stretching across

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Monument Place - 1405 Nash st arlington va

DC Condo Boutique team member Sharon Wildberger represented the buyer of a Monument Place town home located at 1405 N Nash Street, Arlington, VA 22209 in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington. This five-level town house features 3 BR | 6 BA | 4,862 SF and closed on December 21st, 2018 for $2,250,000 | $463 SF. A garage with two parking spaces conveyed with this transaction.

An arched stone entry-way provides a dramatic entrance to this elegant Monument Place town home featuring five floor living with an elevator. Luxury appointments include a foyer with marble floor and a grand staircase, gourmet kitchen and elegantly appointed master suite. Private outdoor space offers monument and capital views across the Potomac River.

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