Pierce, the highly anticipated luxury high-rise condominium coming to Arlington, topped out this fall and is on schedule to deliver next summer. Pierce features 104 luxury residences boasting formal foyers, direct access elevators, premier interior finishes, floor-to-ceiling windows and generous private balconies.
Prospective buyers have their pick of a variety of floor plans throughout the building's 27 stories. The sales gallery is open seven days a week and private tours are available by appointment. The property can also accommodate video tours and live Zoom sessions.
Ideally situated at the highest point in West Rosslyn, residences at Pierce will have sweeping panoramic views of Washington, DC, and the forests of Virginia’s countryside. Pierce's central location—in the new Highlands neighborhood—provides easy access to the Georgetown waterfront, Reagan National Airport and the Blue, Orange and Silver Lines.
The iconic 27-story glass and stone building, designed by Hickok Cole Architects, offers residents resort-level amenities, high-end finishes and an unmistakably luxurious lifestyle. Amenities include a grand marble-floored lobby, a club room, a resort-style pool, a two-story fitness center and a rooftop entertainment terrace.
Between Pierce residences' spacious private balconies and the property's shared rooftop terrace, Pierce is an ideal place to entertain. The roof terrace features an outdoor fireplace lounge, grilling and dining spaces and spectacular views.
The property also offers dedicated 24/7 white glove concierge services and reserved underground garage parking (which is included in residence pricing).
Floorplans at Pierce range from one bedroom and dens to two bedroom and dens, with one remaining 26th floor penthouse residence with an expansive terrace. The upper floor residences at Pierce provide for spectacular views of Rosslyn, the Potomac River, the National Cathedral and DC's national monuments.
Pierce residences are contemporary in design and will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hand-scraped hickory flooring, spacious walk-in closets with custom shelving and smart RFID entrance door locks. Some homes will also have direct-access elevator service, so that residents can go directly from garage parking to their individual homes.
Kitchens are chef-inspired and will boast oversized islands, quartz countertops, built-in wine refrigerators, Thermador stainless steel appliances, energy-efficient Bosch dishwashers and custom Italian Snaidero cabinetry. Bathrooms will have heated floors, large spa-style showers, Seura vanity lighting, and Kohler and Brizo fixtures.
The Pierce sales gallery, located at 1525 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, is now open for individual appointments and tours. To schedule a private tour click here, email email@example.com or call 571.312.0724.
Pricing at Pierce begins at $900,000 to over $3M. Marketing and sales by The Mayhood Company.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-most-anticipated-high-rise-coming-to-arlington-tops-out/17540.
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