The Monarch: Luxury in Tysons

Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, June 21st, 2019 at 9:41am.

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A collection of new ultra-luxurious condos is headed to Tysons, where The Monarch is currently under construction. Priced starting from the $600,000s, other units of The Monarch command prices in the multi-million-dollar range, encircled by a park-like setting.

This gives future residents the option of everything from a one- to a three-bedroom unit, plus even a luxurious penthouse unit. With four-to-six residences per floor and around 100 units in all, The Monarch also allows for low-density living in McLean.

The 20-story property features some direct-access elevators opening up into private living rooms and some generous outdoor living space. The one-bedroom units command around 880 square feet of living space plus a balcony.

There are also some two-bedroom floor plans at The Monarch, two-bedroom plus a den and even three-bedroom units with dual balconies and walk-in closets. A top-floor penthouse unit commands space for three-bedrooms, 3.5-baths and more than 3,500 square feet of living space.

It also brings the enjoyment of three balconies for private outdoor living and entertaining space. Future residents can expect to find quartz countertops, hardwood flooring, chef-inspired kitchens and kitchen islands. Buyers will also find floor-to-ceiling windows and glass-railed balconies for admiring views of the surrounding area.

Shared amenities, meanwhile, range from the swimming pool and outdoor kitchen to a private dining room and yoga room. The property will also feature a clubroom, fitness center, concierge service and lobby attendants.

Scheduled for a late 2020 opening, The Monarch joins the Arbor Row, mixed-use development. The walkable site is already home to some newer construction residences and a planned senior living facility.

The larger plan additionally involves transforming the area in a number of mixed-use buildings, including The Monarch. This promotes not only the addition of future residential units, but it also introduces more restaurants and retail options to the neighborhood.

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