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Discover The Landing: Independent Living on the Potomac River
Steps from the Potomac River, The Landing is bringing refined retirement living to Alexandria. The brand-new community located at 2620 Main Line Boulevard will offer independent living in an unforgettable setting.
The Landing’s independent living residences range from one- and two-bedroom options all the way up to luxurious penthouse floorplans, with more than 1,500 square feet overlooking the river, all available in a rental model with no long-term commitment. Opening in early 2022, The Landing is now leasing.
Residences have open floor plans that allow for easy flow; contemporary yet comfortable interiors featuring neutral tones; full kitchens with upscale appliances; vaulted ceilings; and oversized windows for ample natural light.
Nine premium suites on the penthouse floor include expansive terraces, breathtaking views and spacious layouts.
In this hospitality-focused community, the world-class amenities range from a 24/7 concierge service to chef-driven restaurants with a full bar, lounge and wine cellar alongside private and outdoor dining areas. The Landing also has a full salon and day spa, a fitness and wellness center and an art studio.
Three signature restaurants—Delano’s, Riverside Café and Pilot’s Pub—each offer unique menus featuring regionally inspired cuisine and local ingredients.
Award-winning firm Thoma-Holec Design brings bespoke interior design to The Landing, starting with thorough research into local history, lore and culture and ending with thoughtful and deliberate placement of an incredible collection of art, sculpture, furniture, light fixtures and more. The result is an eye-catching array of color, art and texture—a thoroughly modern aesthetic coupled with timeless elegance.
With a focus on residents’ health, The Landing boasts innovations that reduce or prevent transmission of viruses, including an enhanced filtration and HVAC system, cold plasma bi-polar ionization, relative humidity levels of 40-60% and touchless technology in common areas.
The Landing’s leasing gallery is located at 950 N. Washington Street, Suites 213 and 214, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. Discover the difference by visiting landingalexandria.com or call 571-577-6011 to learn more.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/discover-the-landing-independent-living-by-the-river/18312.
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