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Key&Nash -- New Condos Headed to Rosslyn
In the heart of walkable Rosslyn, a collection of distinctly modern and graciously welcoming condominiums is emerging. Key&Nash, a new condominium community by NVUrban, will open for pre-construction sales in January, with move-ins planned for November 2017.
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.
Living in a luxury condominium at Key&Nash means waking up in the heart of Rosslyn. Stroll over the Key Bridge to Georgetown, or keep it local at one of Rosslyn’s eateries or parks. Enjoy a relaxing cocktail on the roof with your neighbors or simply take in the view of the city down below.
The living room area at Key&Nash.
Key&Nash will provide contemporary amenities, combining modern comfort with urban style, including a front-desk concierge, fitness center with natural lighting, landscaped resident courtyard, rooftop terrace, billiards lounge with reading room and media center as well as secure parking and bicycle storage.
The reading room at Key&Nash
Join the Priority List today and be the first to know everything about these incredible new residences. Plus, as a registered VIP, you’ll have an invitation to the Preview Event, currently scheduled for January.
The new condominiums at Key&Nash in Rosslyn will begin sales in January 2017, and are priced from the $600s to over $1 million. Learn more at KeyandNash.com. For more information, contact Online Community Consultants Char, Blaine and Ellen at 202-695-3131 or via email at CharAndBlaine@NVHomes.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/nvhomes_urban_introduces_new_condos_to_rosslyn/11863.
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