Virginia Luxury Condos

There are numerous great places to live in Northern Virginia, and luxury condos make up an important sector of the real estate market. Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, and Falls Church are integral parts of the Washington Metro region, as is Prince William County. And while condominiums can be found throughout the area from cities to the suburbs, the highest concentration of luxury buildings are typically found in well populated communities that are rich in amenities and attractions.

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Virginia is not only known for the presence of high-end condominiums but the unusually wide array of styles. Much of this has to do with the region’s lengthy timeline and steady evolution. Luxury condos can include historic buildings that have been lovingly renovated, those that have been substantially transformed, and structures that are completely new. From waterfront neighborhoods in Alexandria and Arlington to fast-growing upscale inland communities like Tysons in Fairfax County, you’ll find every possible form of condo building including high-rises, mid-rises, and low-rises.

What defines luxury condominiums in Virginia, or more specifically, that part of Northern Virginia that is truly part of the Washington Metropolitan area? Looking only at price points would be the easiest way to categorize luxury, for instance, eliminating all but the top ten percent of all available listings. Finding more specific answers can be elusive, as luxury is often in the eye of the beholder and trends are forever changing. It used to be that exotic finishes, from kitchen counters to floors to wall treatments, was a reliable indicator of opulence. The “more is more” is still in vogue in many upscale condo developments, including ever-clubbier and more exclusive amenity packages. But there has also been a movement of understatement and livability, with buildings that are more visually calm and serene, or that incorporate some cultural significance.

Fortunately, in Northern Virginia, you’ll find all the bases covered. Old Town Alexandria has an exceptionally wide range of condos, from converted antique buildings to brand new developments. Some of the favorites include the highly modern Oronoco overlooking the river, Robinson’s Landing at the site of former warehouses, and the new Muse with its Arts Walk and white gloves service.

The Wooster and Mercer in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood is the epitome of industrial chic with rustic accents, from towering factory-style windows to 140-year-old brick accents taken from a former convent in Washington. Turnberry Tower at Arlington’s waterfront offers marble floors, private elevators, and stunning river views from expansive balconies, while the nearby Waterview combines a world class hotel and waterfront condos, all in the same building, with refined amenities like maid service and catering from the hotel restaurant.

The list goes on and on, with so many cities and neighborhoods, and so many highly appealing condos. Regarding the latter, while there are some coops in Virginia, you’ll find a lot more across the river in Washington, DC. From funky to fancy, Virginia is the place for those who love luxury condos, no matter how you define the term.

Browse our available listings, and to learn more about luxury condos in Virginia, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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Virginia Luxury Condos, DC Metro FAQs

Q: Is it hard to find waterfront condos in Virginia?

A: It is not hard to identify luxury waterfront condo buildings, especially in neighborhoods like Old Town Alexandria, and Arlington. Pinpointing the specific unit you want, depends on availability and other factors.

Q: How close is Arlington, Virginia to Washington, DC?

A: It’s less than a mile, depending on your exact start and stop. People often walk or bicycle across Key Bridge, from Rosslyn to Georgetown.

Q: Can you take the Metrorail from Virginia to downtown DC?

A: Yes, you can. There are many different Metro stations in the region, including Arlington, Fairfax, and Alexandria.

Q: What is the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor?

A: The Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor is a stretch of five trendy urban villages in Arlington: Rosslyn, Courthouse, Clarendon, Virginia Square, and Ballston. These highly popular communities are interconnected by the Metrorail system, and are known for shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and luxury condo buildings.

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