Step into modern living at Eisenhower Square in the heart of Carlyle and Eisenhower.
Space and convenience in the D.C. metro area are hard to imagine, let alone to find. Make your move now into this red-hot residential district just minutes from the future home of Amazon’s HQ2 campus in Crystal City/Future National Landing.
Life outside city limits can offer an urban feel with the added benefits of more green space, more square footage and more tranquility, all without sacrificing the excitement and accessibility of city life.
Spacious floor plans feature light-soaked open living areas, private bedroom retreats and rooftop terraces for entertaining under the stars. Designer-selected upgrades, floor-to-ceiling windows and GE Monogram appliances fill the 2,300+ square feet of living space.
For those on a shorter timeline, Eisenhower Square has several quick move-in options designed for buyers looking to move into their new dream home faster.
It is possible to live in the D.C. metro area, in a place you love, with the space you want and close to the places you need to be. Make the home your own when you choose from a wide selection of design options to reflect your life and style.
Visit Eisenhower Square to discover what luxury life in Alexandria is like, and all the space you’ll have to live it. Eisenhower Square is one of many communities built by, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes currently operating in 22 states nationwide.
With home designs starting in the $800,000’s, our community sales center is open Sunday and Monday 1-6 p.m. and Tuesday — Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. to help you discover your dream home.
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