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Venue Alexandria in Old Town North — A Historic Opportunity While It Lasts
Venue, a new condominium and townhome community located along the banks of the Potomac River in the heart of Old Town North, has quickly become one of the most sought-after new residential properties in the DC area.
After opening for sales just a few months ago, Venue is now nearly 60% sold out. Condominium pricing starts in the mid $500s for one-bedroom condominiums, in the $900s for more spacious two-bedroom residences, and at $2.8M for premier three-bedroom and penthouse options. Townhome pricing ranges from $1.4M to $2.7M.
Venue’s location overlooking the Mount Vernon trail offers buyers the unique opportunity to own a new home along the Potomac shoreline and experience the best that Old Town Alexandria has to offer. It is close to famous local amenities like the shops, restaurants and galleries along King Street and the scenery of the Mount Vernon trail. Harris Teeter, Trader Joe’s and waterfront activities along the Potomac River are all at your doorstep.
Venue features 119 spacious single-level condominiums in a 13-story tower overlooking the Potomac River with picturesque views of Old Town Alexandria, Washington, D.C. and National Harbor. Available to owners are a host of amenities including a rooftop sky lounge and outdoor terrace with fireplaces, TVs, green space and 360-degree views of the horizon. The tower is the tallest in the neighborhood and the new centerpiece of Alexandria’s north end.
One to three-bedroom condominiums are available and select plans offer a private den, perfect for those who are looking for a home office. Each condominium residence includes dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows, many with views overlooking the Mount Vernon Trail and Potomac River. Owners enjoy a private, state-of-the-art fitness facility and conveniences like a pet spa, private storage spaces and a bike room.
Flanking the condominium tower are forty-one new townhomes that include options like in-home elevators. With eight distinct floor plans available, starting at an impressive 2,300 square feet, every home includes a minimum of three bedrooms, a den and three and a half baths, as well as a two-car garage.
Further solidifying its place as the epicenter of Old Town North, Venue is the new home of MetroStage, a local theater company with three decades of history in Old Town North. The new performance space has only 120 seats, for an up-close and intimate audience experience.
For more information, visit VenueAlexandria.com or contact the sales team with McWilliams|Ballard at Venue@mcwb.com to arrange a private appointment at the nearby sales gallery, complete with a furnished two-bedroom model.
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