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Rosslyn Readies to Welcome Key&Nash
Developer NVUrban and sales team McWilliams|Ballard are poised to open Key&Nash, a collection of distinctly modern and graciously welcoming condominiums in Rosslyn, this month. Interested buyers should join the Priority List at KeyandNash.com now in order to receive an invitation to this much-anticipated event being held on Thursday, January 26th.
Key&Nash is a boutique building of one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences that is under construction and will deliver in late-2017. Key&Nash will include 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 living room area at Key&Nash.
Both one-level flats and three-level townhomes will be available, with prices ranging from the $600s to $1 million+. Unit finishes include quartz countertops, modern cabinetry, hardwood flooring and spa-like baths.
Join the Priority List at KeyandNash.com or contact Online Community Consultants Char and Blaine at 202-695-3131 or via email at CharAndBlaine@NVHomes.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/rosslyn_readies_to_welcome_keynash/12017.
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