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Tellus Apartments Now Open in Courthouse (Promoted)

Tellus Apartments, at 2009 14th Street North in Courthouse, is now open for tours and leasing.

The stylish new apartments were on display for the first time during the grand opening this past Saturday (August 9). The sophisticated and modern units have the finest touches and come in many sizes to suit your needs: studio, 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom with den, 2 bedrooms and 2 bedrooms with den.

There are countless perks to living at Tellus Apartments. Some of the amenities include:

  • Top-of-the-line rooftop pool
  • Lush roof terraces
  • Fitness center with yoga studio
  • Expansive park with fire pit
  • High-tech business center

Sustainability is at the forefront of operations at the apartment building. It is LEED Gold certified and features energy efficient heating and cooling systems, water conserving faucets and fixtures, rainwater recycling and Energy Star rated in-unit appliances. Even the name is inspired by a green theme — Tellus is the ancient Roman earth goddess.  

All of these amenities are available within easy walking distance of some of Arlington’s best shops, restaurants and bars. In keeping with the Tellus Apartments goal of environmental friendliness, the prime location is just steps from Metro’s Orange and Silver lines in Courthouse.

Stop by for a look at what Tellus Apartments can offer. Through this weekend, if you decide Tellus Apartments is where you want to call home, you can get 1.5 months free rent.

For more information, call 866-311-0350 or go online to request more information. You also can follow Tellus on Facebook and on Twitter.

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