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Del Ray Place More Than 50% Sold Following Successful Condo Opening

New, modern condos in Del Ray?

It’s a rare opportunity. And it’s one that has home shoppers flocking to Del Ray Place, a new building rising up at 1800 Mount Vernon Avenue in one of Alexandria’s most sought-after neighborhoods.

Just weeks after the Grand Opening of Del Ray Place, developer Brookfield Residential has announced that more than 50% of the residences have already sold.

Demand became clear during the Grand Opening event held recently at nearby Junction Bakery & Bistro. Hundreds of interested home shoppers formed a line outside the restaurant hoping to have first pick of residences.

Home shoppers acted quickly to claim select 2-bedroom and 1-bedroom residences. A good selection of modern 1-bedroom residences remain, perfect for first-time buyers and empty-nesters.

“We’re so excited to see how many people have jumped on this opportunity,” said Brookfield Residential Vice President of Sales & Marketing Gregg Hughes. “We’re proud of Del Ray Place and, at this rate, these condos will sell out quickly.”

From the stylish, innovative residences to the neighborhood’s color, character and access, Del Ray Place is condominium living reimagined for a contemporary urban lifestyle.

Each of the 49 residences is designed with a spacious floor-plan, modern finishes and voice-enabled Smart Home automation. Private balconies with neighborhood views are available with select residences.

Set on Mount Vernon Avenue, the “Main Street” of Del Ray, the building gives residents access to Del Ray’s signature shops and restaurants. It’s less than a mile from Braddock Road Metro Station and just a 10-minute drive from Old Town and a 15-minute drive from Washington, D.C.

Those interested in learning more about Del Ray Place can visit DelRayVA.com. They can also call 571-388-3000 or visit the Sales Gallery, open daily at 2312 Mount Vernon Avenue, Suite 208 in Alexandria.

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