A living room at The Select at Gaslight Square.
The Select, the third and final phase of Abdo Development's award winning Gaslight Square condominium development has just three homes remaining on the market, including a one-of-a-kind floorplan featuring an interior elevator, two bathrooms and two private courtyards.
Homes at The Select at Gaslight Square are open floor plan.
Located in the heart of Arlington, The Select comprises 37 one- and two-story condominiums, featuring one to three bedrooms, volumetric floor plans, modern finishes and direct elevator access. With 19-foot ceilings and a corridor-free design, the homes offer unparalleled privacy and an abundance of natural light. The Select’s two-story courtyard lofts include 350 to 450 square feet of outdoor space, while penthouse residences have nearly 300-square-foot private rooftop terraces.
A bedroom at The Select at Gaslight Square.
Additional features at the new residences include Wolf-Subzero© appliance packages, custom bathrooms, designer lighting and hardwood flooring throughout. Secure and private underground parking is included.
A kitchen at The Select at Gaslight Square.
The Select is located 1701C 16th Street N (map) between the Courthouse and Rosslyn Metro stations, close to dining and entertainment in Arlington as well as all of the luxuries of Georgetown and the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor.
To learn more or to make an appointment to tour The Select at Gaslight Square, visit the property’s website here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just_3_condos_remain_at_the_select_in_the_heart_of_arlington/13253
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