Wooster and Mercer Lofts: Elegance With An Edge
Styled after the New York City Soho Village-style loft community, The Wooster and Mercer Lofts in Arlington bring two authentic loft buildings with all-new construction to the DC Metro Area. The modern contemporary lofts offer lucky residents high-end amenities, expansive city views, open great room floor plans, soaring ceilings, and a central location between two Metro Stations and a high Walk Score of 89. The 7-story buildings with a combined 87 condos offer gorgeous urban industrial open living areas in a highly sought-after location between both Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro Stations on the Metro Blue and Orange Lines, just minutes from historic Georgetown by foot, Key Bridge and a short Metro ride to downtown DC, the U.S. Capitol, Ronald Reagan National Airport, and access to the Beltway.
Modern design and coveted amenities for residents who want style and space, The Wooster and Mercer Lofts feature all new construction of 87 condos with urban contemporary industrial design with open ductwork living areas. The open flats offer stunning 10-foot ceilings and massive walls of floor-to-ceiling windows letting in abundant natural light; mezzanine lofts offer generous 17-foot ceilings and a floating staircase; and Penthouses offer 21-foot tall ceilings with upstairs family rooms leading to private roof terraces. Each loft features designer kitchens with maple cabinetry, granite countertops, high-end Wolf range and Sub Zero refrigerator; warm cherry or mahogany hardwood flooring; luxury baths with marble countertops and Waterworks fixtures; and innovative lighting throughout.
The building amenities showcase a large courtyard with outdoor swimming pool, sunbathing terrace and private green areas; a Concierge; well-outfitted fitness room; club room with billiards; private underground parking; and bike storage. The Lofts range in size from 1,188-1,870 square feet. The developer Abdo Development used 130-140 year old bricks from the former Capital Children’s Museum in DC to wrap the interior columns; the exterior mix of concrete and steel structure gives a striking contemporary look. The location is ideal for commuting to work whether by Metro, by foot or by car. For residents who want to embrace an active social and nightlife, residents can walk to nearby Clarendon with its many restaurants and shops, or walk across the Key Bridge into Georgetown for fine dining, shopping, Georgetown University, arts, movie theaters and nightlife. There are also plentiful Ubers in the area. The Wooster and Mercer Lofts sit on the Clarendon block bordered by Queen and Pierce Streets. Wooster is located at 1600 Clarendon Boulevard, and The Mercer is at 1615 N. Queen Street.