This week, the stylish condominiums at Towngate North opened for sales to the excitement of Alexandria home shoppers.
Ideally located in the North part of Old Town, this eagerly-awaited new development overlooks both the Potomac River and Mount Vernon Trail. Towngate North's exceptional location also puts homeowners in proximity to the entire DC region, with Metro nearby as well as easy access to the George Washington Memorial Parkway.
Just 81 sophisticated new residences are available across Towngate North’s two condominium buildings. The homes offer either one, two or three bedrooms, as well as dens and private outdoor space in select layouts, and are priced from the mid $400s to $2M+.
Distinguished touches can be enjoyed throughout the residences and each unique floorplan includes ample natural light. The modern kitchens are well-equipped with sleek countertops and stainless steel appliances, and the bathroom spaces include refined finishes from the floors to the hardware.
Another enviable benefit for homeowners at Towngate North is the full portfolio of on-site amenities. From daily conveniences like a concierge and bike storage, to community spaces like a fitness studio and conference room, these amenities will help make each day comfortable. Best of all, the stunning rooftop terrace is completely furnished and ideal for taking in picturesque views of the city, the Potomac River and beyond.
Of course, all of the renowned attractions of Old Town North are walkable from Towngate North’s address on Slaters Lane. Owners can take their pick of activities, whether they prefer enjoying the nearby waterfront, window shopping at local boutiques or catching a bite at a nearby restaurant.
“Old Town North is undoubtedly an incredible place to live,” remarks Gregg Hughes, Senior Vice President for Brookfield Residential. “What we’re creating at Towngate North caters to the home shoppers who truly want to immerse themselves in the area and maximize their Alexandria lifestyle.”
Towngate North’s first building is set for a late 2022 move-in, with the second building ready in early 2023.
Interested home shoppers should schedule a private appointment at Towngate North’s off-site sales office, located at 525 Wythe Street, and visit TowngateNorth.com for additional information about these opportunities.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/old-town-norths-newest-condominium-community-is-now-selling/19326.
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