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Arlington's Grayson Flats Breaks Ground
Rendering of Grayson Flats. Courtesy of Insight Property Group.
Arlington will soon have 67 new luxury apartments.
Insight Property Group broke ground today at the site of Grayson Flats, their $25 million development at 1200 North Rolfe Street (map), half a mile from the Courthouse Metro. The 67-unit project is scheduled to deliver in the fall.
Grayson Flats will include one and two bedroom apartments with an average unit size of about 1,100-square feet. The largest units will be over 1,450-square feet. All the apartments will have outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace and a few will have a private rooftop terrace. Insight Property Group is adding a few cool outdoor features, like open cabanas, a fire pit and a bocce lawn, as well as a rooftop deck, bike storage and an electric car charging station.
The project joins a slew of other developments on the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/arlingtons_grayson_flats_breaks_ground/5296.
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