ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Del Ray Place will unveil designs for its highly anticipated new condominium residences at a Grand Opening celebration on Thursday, March 22, at nearby Junction Bakery & Bistro.
Grand opening attendees will have the first chances to view never-before-seen floorplans and to schedule a private appointment to purchase their residence at limited-time Grand Opening pricing. They will also enjoy food and drinks at one of Del Ray’s most popular restaurants
To RSVP and receive additional details, interested home shoppers can register as VIPs at DelRayVA.com. Junction Bakery & Bistro is located at 1508 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria, Va.
Rising up at 1800 Mount Vernon Ave., Del Ray Place will feature 49 modern one- and two-bedroom residences set along the neighborhood’s central thoroughfare. With subtle art deco accents, the building has been tastefully designed to reflect all the color and character of the surrounding community.
Built by Brookfield Residential — “The Mid-Atlantic’s Most Innovative Homebuilder” — each residence will feature a spacious, open floorplan, voice-enabled Smart Home automation and luxurious contemporary styling. Private balconies are available with select residences. Pricing starts from the mid $300’s.
When you live at Del Ray Place, you’ll step out and have access to all your treasured places and new favorites you’ve yet to discover. A seemingly endless variety of local businesses and community events are incredibly close. And you’ll be just 10 minutes from Old Town and 15 minutes from Washington, D.C.
After the Grand Opening, home shoppers can meet with a sales manager at the Del Ray Place Sales Gallery, located just down the street at 2312 Mount Vernon Ave., Suite 206. For more information, visit DelRayVA.com.
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