The Palladium Condominium, in McLean VA

Located at 1450 Emerson Avenue, McLean, VA 22101

Ideally located in the center of McLean, Virginia is a very luxurious condominium community known as the Palladium. The six-story building with its rounded V-shape resembles a historic Beaux-Arts structure but was actually built more recently, delivering its 72 residences to market in 2005. Unlike the current trend toward new high-rise towers like Verse and Monarch on the Tysons/McLean border to the west, this condominium is just off Old Dominion Drive and close to Chain Bridge Road.


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As a result, residents of the Palladium are right in the middle of McLean’s traditional downtown hub, with numerous attractive restaurants, boutique shops, grocery stores, and parks and recreation conveniently close. Not only is it a walkable area, it’s also great for commuting with easy access to the Capital Beltway. Chain Bridge itself is also just minutes away, allowing an easy drive in Washington, DC. With spacious floorplans and great amenities, the Palladium (aka the Palladium at McLean) has long been a sought-after place to live.

The developers of the Palladium designed the majority of their floorplans as two-bedroom models with 2.5 baths. However, there are numerous variations within that category, with sizes ranging from around 1,650 to 2,675 square feet. Many of the two-bedroom residences have dens or offices, and some also have large family rooms in addition to the living rooms. A substantial number of units also have private elevator access. You’ll find attractive hardwood floors throughout the main living spaces, and in many kitchens as well. Various types of tile, including marble, are found in the bathrooms and in some kitchens. Some bedrooms are carpeted.

There are numerous intriguing architectural details at the Palladium, such as interior archways, French doors, and cove ceilings. The gourmet kitchens are spacious and nicely appointed, with stone counters, stainless steel appliances, and ample cabinetry. Other common condo features include lovely window bays, gas fireplaces, luxurious bathrooms, and private outdoor terraces. The pet-friendly building has a staffed front lobby with concierge service, secure garage parking, extra storage, a library, a community room, and a well-maintained fitness center.

The Palladium is located at 1450 Emerson Avenue in the heart of McLean, one block west of Old Dominion Drive and one block south of Chain Bridge Road. There are numerous bakeries, coffee shops, pubs, and restaurants in the neighborhood, including Starbucks, Greenberry’s Coffee, Café Tatti, Chesapeake Bagel Company, Fresh Baguette, Mary Lee’s Deserts, Tachibana, Mama Joon, CAVA, Kazan, Santini’s New York Style Deli, The Union, Listrani’s, and Evo Bistro to name a few. You’ll also find the Organic Butcher of McLean, Giant Food, Rashad Gourmet, the Gourmet Basket, and Balducci’s Food Lovers Market, along with local hardware and clothing shops, yoga and fitness studios, medical practices, thrift stores, and a farmers market. It’s no wonder that the Palladium is such a popular place to live!

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


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The Palladium condos, McLean, FAQs

Q: What part of McLean is the Palladium in?

A: The Palladium is in the central part of McLean, in an area sometimes referred to as Downtown McLean. It is just off Old Dominion Drive near Chain Bridge Road.

Q: Are there shops and restaurants near the Palladium?

A: Yes, this particular neighborhood is known for its many attractions. Residents at the Palladium can walk to local restaurants, shops, and bakeries.

Q: Is there public transportation in the area?

A: Secure parking is provided at the Palladium. The McLean Metro station is about two miles away.

Q: How far is it from the Palladium to Washington, DC?

A: Downtown Washington, DC is a little over 10 miles away from the Palladium. 

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