A new residential development is on the boards in Rosslyn, and it will replace a smattering of existing residential properties.
Sentinel Real Estate has filed plans with Arlington County to replace the 63-unit mid-century Crestmont Apartments and a trio of houses at 1817 N Quinn Street (map) with a 12-story, 225-unit building. Twenty-four of the units will be townhouse-style residences, and the development will have up to 318 parking spaces on three below-grade levels.
The unit mix will span from junior one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms with dens. Amenities will include a courtyard, fitness room, a clubroom, and a rooftop pool.
The development will also deliver a community garden along the building perpendicular to 19th Street N and a nature trail along N Quinn Street. WDG Architecture is the designer; additional renderings are below.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/225-apartments-and-townhouse-style-units-proposed-to-replace-rosslyn-reside/19430.
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