A First Look at 801 North, 54 Luxury Condos Coming to Old Town
801 North, a stunning collection of 54 luxury condominiums, will soon debut in an ideal Old Town Alexandria location just one block from the Potomac River. Boasting water views and surrounded by lush parks, mature landscaping and local shops, these beautifully designed residences are expected to move quickly.
Sales will begin this fall, with move-ins anticipated for summer 2022. Pricing will start in the high $500s.
801 North includes one bedroom, two bedroom and two bedroom + den residences, including penthouses. The residences feature walls of windows and 10- to 12-foot ceilings, providing an abundance of natural light and visual access to beautiful natural amenities.
The homes also feature a variety of contemporary finishes including quartz countertops, oversized tiles in bathrooms and Bosch appliances. Penthouse units will include private balconies and panelized appliances. Amenities at 801 North include an artfully designed lobby, a stylish clubroom, and a rooftop terrace with gardens and community space overlooking the Potomac River. Private secured parking will also be available.
801 North is part of the North Old Town arts district and is within walking distance of dozens of restaurants, bars and boutique shops. It sits adjacent to the Mount Vernon Trail and is very close to Montgomery Park, Founders Park, Oronoco Bay Park and the Potomac River.
For more information, visit the property online at Live801North.com or visit the sales office, opening this fall.
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