Construction has reached the top floor at Alexandria’s newest condominium residences and Del Ray Place is planning a special event to show off the new building.
Guests are invited to attend a Rooftop Preview Party on Thursday, June 21, beginning at 5:30 p.m. They will be treated to catered fare from Red Hot & Blue, along with guided tours of this popular new building located at 1800 Mount Vernon Avenue in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Alexandria.
Del Ray Place hosted a highly successful grand opening event earlier this year. Shortly after, developer Brookfield Residential announced that more than half of the residences have sold.
A good selection of modern 1-bedroom residences remains, perfect for first-time buyers and empty-nesters.
“The Rooftop Preview Party is the first chance to get a good look at the building as we near completion,” Brookfield Residential Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Gregg Hughes said. “We’ve invited those who have purchased at Del Ray Place and everyone who is interested. So it’s also a great chance for future neighbors to meet.”
Each of the 49 residences at Del Ray Place comes with voice-enabled Smart Home automation included. Home shoppers can also choose condos with terraces offering great views of the neighborhood.
The building includes a private club room for events and gatherings. It’s next door to a fitness center and within walking distance to plenty of shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities. Braddock Road Metro Station is less than a mile away, Old Town Alexandria is a 10-minute drive and downtown Washington, D.C., is a 15-minute drive.
Those interested in learning more about Del Ray Place can visit DelRayVA.com. They can also call 571-267-1319 or visit the Sales Gallery, open Monday-Friday at 2312 Mount Vernon Avenue, Suite 208 in Alexandria.
Seven years after the initial rollout of Arlington Public Schools’ digital learning initiative, and after a year of heavier use due to distance-learning, opinions on tech in schools remain divided….
It’s overcast and muggy right now, but it could be stormy later today in Arlington.
Amid a rise in coronavirus cases, community leaders and the Arlington County Public Health Division are continuing to find ways to target particular demographics for which more outreach is needed….
One of the most successful real estate agents in the area is hosting this free in-person seminar on Monday. Wine and cheese are included.