A new townhouse development is coming to Rosslyn.
Dubbed “Rosslyn Commons,” the development will consist of 25 upscale, single-family attached townhomes on a “large landscaped plaza.” It’s being built on what is now a vacant lot along N. Oak Street, behind the new Sedona and Slate apartment complex and across the street from the Belvedere condominium.
The project is a joint venture between Los Angeles-based real estate investment firm Resmark and Vienna, Va.-based developer Madison Homes. From a press release:
The project’s four-story townhomes will be built of variegated brick facades with architectural details reminiscent of late 19th Century brownstones. All will have two-car garages accessed through a private central alley that provides direct entrance into each home. The homes range in size from 2,300 to 2,599 square feet and feature three bedrooms, three and a half baths and a study.
The main living level in each home will have a rear deck and most homes will have a rooftop terrace with available fireplace and hardwood flooring. Elevators will be standard in most units, and distinctive interior finishes will include luxury appliances in the kitchens, Silestone countertops, ceramic and distressed hardwood floors and oak stairs.
“Rosslyn Commons is a prime example of Madison Homes’ prowess in developing high-quality residential communities in the area’s most desirable urban pockets,” the company said in a press release. The presale of homes is expected to begin in September.
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