Ascending 22 stories above Ballston, the brand-new J Sol apartments deliver a bold perspective. An assertion of simple sophistication, sleek contemporary design and stunning details, J Sol propels you into an atmosphere that feels unmistakably yours.
Read on to discover the top 11 distinctive interior design features to enjoy sky-high apartment living at J Sol.
- Illuminate your space: From built-in cove lighting in the bedroom to under-mount cabinet lighting in the kitchen to LED-framed mirrors above the floating vanity in the bathroom, J Sol features well-designed light fixtures to illuminate your living space.
- Open kitchen shelving: A set of two open shelves in the kitchen offer a contemporary showcase for your signature collectables or glassware.
- Built-in bookcase: A bibliophile’s dream, select layouts offer a millwork bookcase in the living room.
- Sleep soundly: Blackout shades in the bedrooms ensure a blissful night’s sleep.
- Closet organizers: Take advantage of built-in custom closet organizers to showcase your stylish wardrobe.
- Top-of-the-line finishes: Find everything you’ve come to expect in sophisticated apartment living, including stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, herringbone tile backsplash and sleek plank flooring.
- Suit your style: The contemporary cabinetry comes in a selection of two finishes. Choose from either matte white or natural ash finishes to match your style.
- Be bold or go classic: Select from distinctive matte black hardware and black stainless steel appliances for a bold look, or opt for sleek chrome hardware and brushed stainless steel appliances for classic appeal.
- Brighten up your space: With floor-to-ceiling windows in your studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den or two-bedroom apartment, cascading sunlight will brighten your day and perfectly frame those stunning skyline views.
- Outdoor space: Extend your living space with a balcony for alfresco dining or cocktails at sunset to take in the vista. Or step out just to enjoy a breath of fresh air.
- Working from home made easy: Select a one-bedroom with den floor plan to have an entire room dedicated to a home office. Or, opt for a layout featuring a built-in desk in the living area to provide a distinct workspace to keep you organized.
J Sol is located at 4000 Fairfax Drive in the heart of Ballston. Call 703-782-4168 to schedule either an in-person tour or contact-free self-guided tour and take advantage of additional savings to receive up to two months FREE!
Check out our website to explore floor plans and availability, browse the photo gallery, view 360-degree walk-throughs and learn more about these boldly designed, brand-new apartments ascending 22 stories above Arlington.
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