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Venue Alexandria in Old Town North — A Historic Opportunity While it Lasts

Venue Alexandria is a truly unique new Old Town North community. The Residences at Venue condominiums are priced from the $550s to $2.8 million, and The Towns at Venue townhomes range in price from $1.4 million to $2.7 million. Venue Alexandria is already over 50% sold out after just a few short months of sales, quickly becoming the best-selling community in the Washington metropolitan area.

The attractions and charm of Old Town Alexandria set Venue apart. From Gadsby’s Tavern to cobblestone streets under the shade of ancient oaks and magnolias, beauty and history are everywhere. You can find George and Martha Washington’s still-reserved pew at Christ Church, as well as the birthplaces and homes of American names dating back 300 years. Just a quick stroll away from the Potomac River and all the best that Alexandria has to offer, a new chapter is unfolding fast here at Venue Alexandria.

The community is close to these and other famous local amenities, like the shops, restaurants and galleries along King Street and the scenery of the Mount Vernon Trail. Harris Teeter, Trader Joe’s and ample green spaces are all within walking distance.

The Residences at Venue, with 119 spacious single-level condominiums in a 13-story tower overlooking the Alexandria and Washington, D.C. skylines, includes amenities like a rooftop indoor sky lounge and outdoor terrace with fireplaces, TVs, green space and seating to take in the 360-degree views. This full-service building also offers owners amenities like a private, state-of-the-art health club, a pet spa, private storage spaces and a bike room. Home plans range from one-bedrooms and one-bedrooms with a den up to three-bedroom plus den designs. Each home features floor-to-ceiling windows for abundant natural light and captivating vistas of the National Capital Region.

Complementing the condominium tower along the streetscape are 41 new all-brick townhomes that offer options like in-home elevators and up to four bedrooms and five baths. Floor plans range in size from 2,300 to 4,400 square feet. Every plan includes a minimum of three bedrooms, a den and three-and-a-half baths, as well as a two-car garage. Each townhome’s private rooftop deck can be equipped with electrical, plumbing and gas lines to create an outdoor kitchen. For home entertaining enthusiasts, Venue Alexandria’s condominiums and townhomes are history in the making.

The Venue Alexandria neighborhood will also be the new home of highly-anticipated entertainment at MetroStage, a nationally-recognized theater company with three decades of history in Old Town North. Enjoy dinner on the rooftop or at a Michelin-starred Alexandria restaurant, followed by a live stage production, literally steps from home.

Venue Alexandria is a dramatic new addition to the tapestry of Old Town, one of the most sought-after locations in the D.C. metropolitan area and known throughout the Mid-Atlantic as a sophisticated place to live. Now, it can be your new place to call home.

For more information, visit or contact McWilliams|Ballard’s Anne Coleman and Hillary Curtin at [email protected] to arrange a private appointment at the nearby sales gallery, complete with a furnished two-bedroom model.

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