Alexandria City Condominiums

Alexandria City is one of Northern Virginia’s crown jewels, a vibrant region on the Potomac River, just south of Arlington, VA. Also known as the City of Alexandria, this large community is known for its historic homes as well as luxury condominiums. In some cases, the two categories go hand-in-hand with old landmark buildings that have been converted to condominium use. In other cases, the buildings are completely new construction. Whether new or old, this independent city has lots to offer for those desiring an upscale lifestyle in a condo community.

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Alexandria is located on the western bank of the Potomac River, with Washington, DC on the other side of the river and to the north. There are a number of popular communities within the City of Alexandria, leading off with its historic seat, Old Town Alexandria, and including other notable neighborhoods such as Potomac Yard, Del Ray, Alexandria West, and the Carlyle District. This diverse and eclectic major metropolitan area truly has something for everyone, with great shopping, restaurants, parks, entertainment, and more.

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The independent City of Alexandria is located within the greater Alexandria area which extends southward and to the west. The more densely populated nature of the city lends to a larger number of condominium developments. Some of the best known condo buildings are in Old Town Alexandria, which includes both Old Town North and Old Town South. The Oronoco is a U-shaped modernist development with 60 units, all with private outdoor spaces and many offering direct views of the river. Robinson Landing is a recently completed project that is perched right along the waterfront, where old warehouses once stood. The Watermark is a new boutique building located at the high-water mark from a historic centuries-old flood. Dylan is a new construction development in the transformed Potomac Yard community, and Muse is another recently completed condominium that is intrinsically linked to the city’s art culture.

Those seeking to live the condominium lifestyle are often interested in transit options, be it convenient roadways for driving or public Metrorail. The I-395 is nearby, leading across the water and into Washington, DC, while the I-495 is also known as the Capital Beltway, encircling much of the Washington Metropolitan region including parts of Northern Virginia and Maryland. Metro stations in the city include the King Street and Braddock Road stations in Old Town, the new Potomac Yard station, Crystal City, Pentagon City, Eisenhower Avenue, Huntington, and Van Dorn. It’s all part of an exciting city with a cosmopolitan aura, and luxury condo buildings in all shapes and sizes from intimate boutique offerings to high-rise towers with full service amenities.

To learn more about condos for sale in Alexandria City, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

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Condominiums in Alexandria City, VA FAQs

Q: How is Alexandria City different from Alexandria?

A: Although often mentioned synonymously, the independent city of Alexandria is located within the larger Alexandria area, portions of which are in Fairfax County.

Q: How is Old Town different from other parts of Alexandria?

A: Located on the banks of the Potomac River, Old Town Alexandria is the historic seat of the city, dating back to 1749.

Q: Is it possible to find condos in Alexandria with waterfront views?

A: Yes, there are a number of well-known condo communities that are right on the water, with views and a close proximity to the Potomac River.

Q: How far is Old Town Alexandria from Washington, DC?

A: The distance is approximately eight miles, depending on the route you choose.


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