There are plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween, and even though apartment hunting may not be top-of-mind, consider attending Notch 8 Apartments‘ BOOOpen House for a frighteningly fun Halloweekend. On Saturday, October 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Sunday, October 25 from noon to 5 p.m., take a look around these brand new modern-industrial apartments in Potomac Yard.
This weekend has incentives so good they’ll make you scream! This weekend only, save up to 1.5 months FREE plus a $1,000 Giant gift card. Yep, imagine stocking your fridge with $1,000 worth of free groceries. There is a Giant grocery store located right on-site along with a PNC Bank and Starbucks, all super convenient to your brand new apartment.
Take a haunted tour of the spooktacular model apartments at Notch 8 decorated extra creepy especially for Halloween, and enjoy some complimentary tasty treats and refreshments we know you’ll be goblin up.
This is an event not to be missed, especially when you see all the features and amenities these apartments have to offer. In your apartment, you’ll find stainless steel appliances, contemporary plank flooring, oversized windows streaming in natural light, and a hi-tech Nest learning thermostat.
The amenity areas include a courtyard with swimming pool and hammocks, fitness center with a personal trainer and group classes, game room with Xbox One and PS4, lounge with billiards, and so much more.
Commuting is made easy with a Metroway bus running every six minutes during rush hour to the Crystal City and Braddock Road Metro stations on the blue and yellow lines.
Plus, Notch 8 offers the best in eco-living with a smoke-free community, EV charging stations in the garage, and Zipcar right next door.
Enjoy some fang-tastic fun and scary-good deals at Notch 8 in Potomac Yard at this weekend’s Open House. Learn more about the event on Notch 8’s website or call 866-811-1457.
The preceding post was sponsored by Notch 8 Apartments.
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