DC Luxury Apartment Living

The City Ridge Project in Northwest, Washington DC is coming to fruition...the city’s first Wegmans

Wegmans, The Branches opening at City Ridge, DC

Washington, DC’s first Wegmans to open in July

The City Ridge Project in Northwest, Washington DC is coming to fruition with the opening of the city’s first Wegmans and the development’s first apartment building. According to reporting from WTOP and personnel at the project, a Wegmans will be opening in July. Although Wegmans has 20 units in the DMV, according to WTOP, City Ridge Wegmans will be the first of the chain’s grocery stores to open within the city’s borders.

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NRP Highland District, Modera at Kirkwood, Ames Center revelopment, Rosslyn show appetite for luxury rentals

Luxury residences continue rising in Northern Virginia

Despite a softening in rental prices, pivotal planned projects continue

Construction on luxury residential units continues in the Northern Virginia Region despite the fact that apartment rental prices have been depressed during the pandemic-induced economic softening in the area. Northern Virginia rental rates dropped more than 7 percent, according to a Washingtonian report in October. Nonetheless, pivotal projects in the region are ongoing based on projected demand, particularly in neighborhoods that are being transformed into more walkable communities.

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4040 Wilson Boulevard readies opening in Arlington VA

4040 Wilson Boulevard in Ballston, Arlington readies luxury residences

Tallest building in Ballston features top-notch amenities, neighborhood

4040 Wilson Boulevard is getting closer to its planned summer opening. The tallest building in Ballston features retail, office space and luxury residences on the top floor. VIDA fitness and The Salt Line will be two of the earliest retail/restaurant tenants opening up shop in the building. The project was brought to life via a partnership between Shooshan Company and Brandywine Realty Trust in concert with Clark Construction.

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Scotts Run adds residential towers, corporate hotel and entertainment venue in Tysons, VA

Scotts Run in Tysons adds shipgarten, Skanska residential tower, corporate hotel

Walkable community next to McLean Metro Center just months from opening

The mixed-use Scotts Run development, which encompasses 6.5 million square feet in Tysons, Va., is taking shape. The project sits adjacent to the WMATA McLean Metro station and the Capital One Campus. Dolley Madison Boulevard divides Scotts Run South and Scotts Run North. An entertainment space, managed by Capital One, is emerging, along with corporate office and amenities space and a corporate hotel structure, to the north of the McLean Metro station tracks. Cityline Partners serves as the master developer for the entire Scotts Run project.

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Amazon HQ2 office towers at Metropolitan Park approved by Arlington County Board

First-phase towers of Amazon HQ2 at Metropolitan Park approved

Open spaces, mixed-use retail and towers to transform 6.5 acres of National Landing

Two new 22-story towers will emerge in Metropolitan Park as part of the first phase of Amazon HQ2. The buildings, open spaces and retail development adds up to 6.5 acres and were approved by the Arlington County Board this month, according to its announcement. The project also includes $20 million in an affordable housing contribution. The Board has discretion over the use of the contribution and it can receive it in the form of new affordable units built around the neighborhood.

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The Batley Apartments in Washington, DC, near Union Market, begin leasing

The Batley begins leasing its luxury apartments above La Cosecha

In the Union Market environs, compact living with creature comforts

The Batley luxury apartments in Washington, D.C. began leasing last month. La Cosecha Latin Market will be part of the retail space in the historic building near Union Station. The Batley kept is throwback look with a historic, brick-accented street-level facade, contrasting its modern template for the residences above. The project was finalized and delivered by Level 2 Development. A total of 432 luxury residential will lease up in the 11-story building.

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New developments transform Union Market living

La Cosecha, new luxury residences revitalize Union Market neighborhood

New, upcoming developments, Latin market create curb appeal for historic neighborhood

Union Market is fast-becoming a destination that reflects some of the exciting facets of restaurant and real estate development that is reshaping Washington, D.C. La Cosecha brings a Lain experiential food and retail marketplace like no other. Edens, the retail developer of La Cosecha, revealed some of the details when it announced the first set of stores and eateries to open early this year. Now, additional restaurants have been unveiled for the food hall + retail venue.

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