A model apartment at e-lofts.
Creating a unique and flexible work-home lifestyle, Alexandria’s e-lofts recently debuted 200 exceptionally well-appointed loft apartments rentable as homes, offices or live/work spaces—all with access to a suite of top-shelf amenities.
The e-lofts concept was born to fulfill a modern niche. The idea is that many people now work unorthodox schedules and would like access to a building that has plenty of amenities, is centrally-located yet car-friendly, and offers a modern space with minimal set-up required. E-lofts has done the work of removing the legal red-tape prohibiting mixed residential/office buildings and has created a high-end property where the two uses live harmoniously.
The amenity kitchen at e-lofts.
e-lofts includes studios, one- and two-bedroom luxury units with high-end condo-quality finishes and an abundance of modern features that motivate residents to live enthusiastically and work productively. Features include wall-to-wall windows with panoramic views, 10-foot exposed ceilings, open floor plans, moveable pocket walls, and fiber-optic internet connections. Measuring between 632 and 1,150 square feet, the apartments are also roomier and more modifiable than the average urban apartment.
A model office at e-lofts.
Whether renting as a home, office or both, e-lofts offers residents amenities that the standard office or apartment building doesn't. In addition to a health club-quality gym and a 30,000 square foot amenity deck, e-lofts offers opportunities to collaborate with neighbors with community features like a co-working suite, rentable conference rooms, and an innovation wall. The entire building is set up with WiFi and garage parking is available with 600 spaces, making it easy to host friends or colleagues.
A model apartment at e-lofts.
e-lofts are located in a section of Alexandria, Virginia, know to many as a Culinary Crossroads. An enormously diverse local population has made it the go-to place for authentic international food—including Chinese, Indian, Vietnamese, Ethiopian, Korean, Japanese German, Bolivian, Palestinian and Lebanese foods—for Virginians and Washingtonians alike.
A model home office at e-lofts.
The property is also located next door to Shirlington, and minutes from both the Rosslyn/Ballston Corridor and downtown DC. Among the thousands of restaurants and retail shops in e-lofts’ vicinity are Trader Joe’s, Harris Teeter, Palette 22, Maeza, Full Kee, Bamian, Busboys and Poets, Raaga, Pentagon City Mall, Shirlington Village and Seven Corners Shopping Center. For an extensive list of nearby businesses, visit the map on the e-lofts neighborhood page.
A courtyard with hammocks at e-lofts.
For a limited time, residents can lease an e-lofts unit and receive up to two months free rent on select units plus free parking. For more information about e-lofts, managed by Bozzuto, visit the e-lofts leasing office at 4501 Ford Avenue, visit the property online here, or call 844-886-1038.
Photos in this article courtesy of David Madison Photography.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/live_work_play_e_loft_apartments_offer_two_months_free_rent/12861
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