- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Crimson Partners is building 169 condominium homes at the Mark at Dulles Station in Oak Hill, near the anticipated future Metro station. Plans for the development include shops, restaurants and offices in addition to the homes.

This Fairfax County community will include a swimming pool with free wireless Internet service, a fitness center, a club room, a landscaped courtyard with an outdoor fireplace and a garage with reserved parking. The brick-and-Hardiplank-siding buildings include elevators and brick paving stone walkways.

Inside, the homes feature one to two bedrooms with one or two full baths. Standard features include ceramic tile flooring in the foyer, bath and kitchen; ceilings up to 11 feet; 42-inch maple cabinets, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and recessed and pendant lighting in the kitchen; high-tech wiring and high speed Internet connections.

The homes have 714 to 1,162 finished square feet, with base prices from $271,900 to $437,900. Monthly condominium fees range from $249 to $485.

The Sydney model, with 714 square feet, is priced from $271,900. This home features a closet off the foyer, a kitchen and an open living and dining room with glass doors opening onto a balcony or patio.

The Florence model, with 1,162 finished square feet, is priced from $437,900. This home features a closet off the foyer and a galley-style kitchen with a breakfast bar and access to the laundry room. At the center of the home is an open living and dining room with a door to the balcony.

Call Tyler Sutherland at 703/793-1199 or visit www.MarkCondos.com.

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