Lined with shops and restaurants in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, King Street will soon welcome a rarity to the block: new condominiums.
Braystone, delivering later this year, will be a sanctuary of 31 luxury condominiums ideally located halfway between the King Street Metro and Alexandria’s popular waterfront. This collection of beautifully-designed residences will be outfitted with an elevated palette of transitional fixtures and features that perfectly blend the charm of historic Old Town Alexandria with the best of new construction and design.
Join the Braystone VIP list and be among the first to take a hard hat tour of the property.
While Braystone is a brand-new building, the property will have a historic, colonial King Street facade. This portion of the development will be home to an exciting retail component that will be announced this summer. Meanwhile, the new residential portion of the building is brought to life with oversized industrial-style windows and an intricate, interlaced tracery element of ironwork cogs and wheels that wrap the front façade and gives homage to the site’s historical use as a wheelwright’s shop.
Inside, Braystone will offer four floors of studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom residences, priced from the $500s to $1.4M. Interiors are a modernized take on traditional designs with finishes including white wood shaker cabinets, quartz marbleized countertops, walnut stained wood flooring, Bosch kitchen appliances and chrome bathroom fixtures. All of the homes boast ELFA closet systems in the primary suites and nine-foot ceilings throughout, and some of the homes have private outdoor spaces.
Braystone is be located in the heart of Old Town Alexandria and is poised to provide future owners with the best of Alexandria's charm and incredibly quick access to restaurants, shops, National Landing, Amazon HQ2 and downtown Washington, DC.
Sales will start soon and are being handled by Alexandria-based firm, McWilliams|Ballard. For more information, visit www.BraystoneVA.com and join the VIP list to find out up-to-date information about upcoming events and hard hat tours.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-only-new-condos-coming-to-king-street-in-old-town-will-deliver-in-late-/19633.
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