While it’s close enough to pretty much everything you need and want, River Towers feels more like its Alexandria’s best-kept secret. This high-rise community sits on 26 wooded acres, bordering area parks and even the Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve..
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Living at River Towers
Prospective new residents can choose from an efficiency unit, a one-bedroom, a two-bedroom, or even a three-bedroom condo with up to two-baths. In total, the three, nine-story buildings contain upwards of 500 private residences.
The buildings also contain a handful of ground floor commercial units. Many of the residences still come with their original hardwood floors.
River Tower Amenities
Inside the private community, you’ll find an array of amenities, including tennis courts, swimming pools, and gardens. As well, you’ll also find a picnic grove with space for grilling, a playground, plus volleyball and basketball.
In addition, the three-tower community offers a club room, exercise rooms, and plenty of parking. Each of the towers has its own rooftop terrace for enjoying views of the surrounding neighborhood, as well as views overlooking Alexandria and the DC skyline.
Within just a few blocks, you’ll find area biking and walking trails, a rec center, a library, and grocery store, plus plenty of other conveniences in the nearby Belle View Shopping Center. In addition, a marina is only about a half-mile away, plus there’s the nearby Potomac River, too.
Covered bus stops sit on the grounds of River Towers, making it easy to meet up with the Yellow Line and travel throughout the rest of DC. For those who prefer to commute via private car, each unit within River Towers comes with two unassigned parking spots, in addition to a guest pass.
River Towers Location
You’ll find River Towers a couple of miles from Old Town on Wakefield Drive in the Belle View neighborhood of Alexandria. The towers were originally built in the early 1960s and converted to condos in the early 1980s