A kitchen at 19Nineteen Clarendon.
For a property that began leasing at the beginning of March, 19Nineteen Clarendon hit the ground running, and nearly half of the almost 200 luxury apartments are now rented. The boutique, five-story development has a lot going for it: unique floor plans, bespoke finishes, luxury amenities and a prime Clarendon location.
Located at 1919 Clarendon Boulevard (map) less than two blocks from the Courthouse Metro station, 19Nineteen Clarendon is close to grocery stores, including Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Safeway; restaurants, like Sushi Rock, Ireland’s Four Courts, and Piola; as well as the Clarendon Apple Store and AMC Courthouse Plaza 8 movie theater. The building will also soon offer its own ground floor retail, with the Virginia ABC store, Schawafel, and Lucky Pot set to move in.
Floor plans include studios, one-bedrooms, one bedrooms plus dens, two-bedrooms, two bedrooms plus dens, and three bedroom units. (The three-bedrooms are currently fully leased.) Studios start at $1,796 a month and three bedroom apartments start at $4,399.
A bedroom at 19Nineteen Clarendon
Among the property’s most innovative floor plan options are its flex units -- two-bedroom, one-bath townhome look-alikes, with both street entrances and private building access, as well as 23-foot ceilings.
Designed by award-winning firms Torti Gallas and Partners and RD Jones, 19Nineteen Clarendon has a modern warehouse aesthetic, with details like space-saving sliding barn doors, interior windows and rustic hardware. Residents have the choice of a dark, traditional palette with black granite countertops and dark hard-surface flooring, or a light palette with cashmere-white granite counters and white, hard-surface flooring.
All of the apartments feature custom Italian cabinetry, walk-in closets, energy efficient appliances and state-of-the-art insulation. 19Nineteen boasts Silver LEED certification and is one of the few apartment buildings in Arlington to be recognized by the US Green Building Council.
The billiards room at 19Nineteen Clarendon.
Some of the units also feature Juliet or full-sized balconies that overlook the building’s two courtyards, which feature lush greenery, a stone fireplace and linear water features. Additional building amenities include a billiards room, lounge spaces, and yoga and fitness centers featuring Technogym and Fitness on Demand technologies. There is also additional storage and underground parking for residents.
Incentives abound for the 19Nineteen community, which celebrates its residents with an event on the 19th of each month. Additionally, anyone who leases a studio or one-bedroom at the property before May 31st will receive a month's free rent.
Stay tuned for a grand opening celebration, and for more information, contact the 19Nineteen Clarendon sales center at 703-635-2091 or visit the property online here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/19nineteen_clarendon_bespoke_boutique_apartments_at_courthouse_metro/8422
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