JBG Companies broke ground today on a two-building residential project along Clarendon Boulevard (map) in Rosslyn. Formerly called Rosslyn Commons, the development’s name has been changed to Sedona and Slate and will consist of two 14 and 12-story towers that will bring over 450 residential units to the area. (Twenty-five townhouses will also be built as part of the project once construction is completed on the towers.)
JBG has not said what the mix of units will be between rental apartments and condos. In past months, the firm has indicated that it is leaning toward rentals but that one of the two towers might ultimately deliver as condos, market conditions permitting. (55 units will be set aside as affordable rentals.)
The project will include a rooftop pool and fitness center, and there will be a plaza between the towers that will allow pedestrians to cut through the block between Clarendon Boulevard and 16th Road.
The Sedona and Slate website states that the residences are “coming” in 2012.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/jbg_breaks_ground_on_huge_rosslyn_residential_project/2899.
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