Summertime means enjoying time outdoors, but that’s not always easy with city living. Read on to discover the top 11 ways to enjoy an outdoor lifestyle at the brand-new J Sol apartments in Ballston.
- The rooftop deck: Ascending 22 stories above Ballston, entertain and unwind on the impressive rooftop terrace. Swing in a hammock while reading a book, play a game of shuffleboard or life-size chess with a friend, cozy up by the fire pit, and catch the game on the outdoor flat screen.
- Take a dip: Cool off in the rooftop infinity pool, lounge in a chaise immersed in the sun shelf or relax in a cabana. It’s summertime and the living is easy… and guilt-free because the saline water is eco-friendly.
- Grilling stations: Invite a friend or neighbor over for a barbecue and grill up crisp summer corn with burgers and all the fixings on the rooftop grilling stations.
- Sky lounge: OK, we admit that the top floor sky lounge is technically indoors, but with two-story floor-to-ceiling windows and the indoor hanging garden, this high-altitude amenity evokes a sense of the outdoors while enjoying shuffleboard, billiards, flat screens, an entertainment kitchen and fireplace.
- Private balconies: Whether it’s for a sunset cocktail, a breath of fresh air or just a quiet moment to reflect and take in the view, private balconies extend your apartment’s living space outside.
- Take your pup for a walk: Enjoy a nice long walk with your four-legged best friend and, if he ends up a little dirty along the way, head straight to the on-site pet spa to rinse him off.
- Panoramic skyline views: Whether from the rooftop amenity spaces or your apartment home, J Sol offers stunning panoramic views of the city skyline.
- Dine alfresco: Ballston is a dynamic neighborhood bustling with energy and life. The 24/7 concierge can share recommendations for restaurants, cafes and happy hour hotspots to enjoy outdoor seating. With a 94 Walkscore, the best of Arlington is literally steps away from your apartment at J Sol.
- People-watch in the plaza: Grab a seat in the plaza by the bubbling fountain and watch the world go by.
- Go for a bike ride: Arlington offers numerous bike trails that are the perfect way to spend a summer day, including the Custis Trail, Bluemont Junction Trail and W&OD Trail. Get your cycle trail-ready with our on-site bike maintenance workbench, and when it’s time to come back home from your ride, park your wheels in the on-site bike storage room.
- Air conditioning: When the summer humidity gets to be a bit too much, take refuge in your apartment to stay cool and enjoy the cascading natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows that perfectly frame those stunning city views. Ahhh!
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!
Visit the 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 Ballston.
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