Sales contracts now available at Key&Nash.
Key&Nash, NVUrban's latest project in Rosslyn, is generating overwhelming interest. The preview event held last Thursday attracted over 250 interested buyers, resulting in 70 appointments to view the 63 available residences.
Prospective buyers attend the Preview Event of Key&Nash.
The Rosslyn area is perfect for homebuyers looking for convenience and luxury. Living at Key&Nash means being able to stroll over Key Bridge to Georgetown, or enjoy a local restaurant or park.
The homes at Key&Nash are designed for visionaries. For years, Rosslyn has been a coveted neighborhood due to its unrivaled proximity to DC. Now, it’s becoming a destination in its own right. Expected to deliver in November 2017, Key&Nash offers homeowners the option to own in a boutique building of one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums.
Key&Nash at 1411 Key Blvd, Arlington VA, 22209
Each home will feature high-end finishes such as quartz countertops, modern cabinetry, hardwood flooring and spa-like baths. Building amenities will include a front-desk concierge, fitness center with natural lighting, landscaped resident courtyard, rooftop terrace, a billiards lounge with reading room and a media center as well as secure parking and bicycle storage.
A kitchen style at Key&Nash.
The new condominiums at Key&Nash in Rosslyn are currently selling and are priced from the $600s to over $1 million. To learn more visit KeyandNash.com. For more information, contact Online Community Consultants Char and Blaine at 202-759-7900 or via email at CharAndBlaine@NVHomes.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/keynash_grand_opening_draws_crowds_to_rosslyn/12110.
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