As construction wraps up on the first condominium homes at Towngate North in Old Town North, Alexandria, prospective buyers' first opportunity to tour these impressive residences, and preview some of the stunning onsite amenities, is finally here.
On Saturday, February 25th, from 11am-2pm, you’re invited to Towngate North's Model Grand Opening Brunch. Attendees will enjoy food and mimosas, meet the sales team and have the chance to tour finished residences and amenity spaces, including a stunning decorated model and the picturesque rooftop terrace. RSVPs are encouraged at TowngateNorth.com/RSVP.
Buyers will be able to preview the open living spaces with natural light, stainless steel appliances and refined finishes that are staples of the homes at Towngate North. The community is comprised of 81 single-level condominiums for purchase, with one-, two- and three-bedroom designs available. Priced from the mid $500's to $2M+, there are a variety of floorplans to choose from, and select layouts include dens and private outdoor spaces. All homes come with private, onsite garage parking.
Homeowners will also enjoy copious onsite conveniences across the two condominium buildings, including a fitness center with a yoga room; a community clubroom and rooftop terrace for social events; a furnished conference room for easy remote working; and a dog spa. A bike storage and repair area and building concierge add to the everyday easiness of life at Towngate North.
Towngate North’s location at the intersection of Slaters Lane and the G.W. Memorial Parkway allows for quick access to Metro, commuter routes and dining, shopping and entertainment options throughout Alexandria and Washington DC. It’s also only steps from the Mount Vernon Trail which follows the scenic Potomac River, offering ample recreation opportunities.
Towngate North provides a unique mix of luxury, convenience, location and value that you won't find elsewhere in Alexandria. Get ready to make one of these condominium residences your new home — and enjoy a delicious brunch — by RSVPing for the Model Grand Opening Brunch on Saturday, February 25, at Towngatenorth.com/RSVP.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-first-look-at-the-impresive-residences-at-towngate-in-old-town-north/20610.
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