The Enclave, a new ground-up condo community in the city of Fairfax, will celebrate its grand opening this weekend, June 25th and 26th. The two-building luxury property will include 80 one-, two- and three-bedroom units starting from the high $200s and will deliver in late summer/early fall of next year.
A rendering of a kitchen at The Enclave.
The Enclave is being developed by IDI Group, a firm that has been building landmarks—including condos, offices and hotels—in the DC area for more than 40 years. Sales for The Enclave are by McWilliams|Ballard. To sign up for more information on the property, click here.
A rendering of a living room and kitchen at The Enclave.
Construction on The Enclave will begin late this summer--however, the onsite sales office opens this weekend for the grand opening. Interiors will be contemporary and will include finishes like 42-inch maple cabinetry and stainless steel kitchen appliances; units with balconies or terraces; and the ability to customize with a variety of options and upgrades. Amenities for the property include a clubroom, outdoor grilling area and fire pit.
A rendering of the clubroom at The Enclave.
The Enclave is located in a tree-filled neighborhood just minutes away from Downtown Fairfax, Arlington and the rest of the Washington, DC, metro area.
For more information on The Enclave and its grand opening this weekend, visit the property website here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/attend_the_grand_opening_of_fairfaxs_luxury_condo_the_enclave/11364.
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