- The Washington Times - Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Arlington’s proximity to the District and its abundance of Metro stations have helped drive this county’s de-

velopment in a time when commuters are weary of long commutes. With little land left to develop into housing tracts, Arlington’s new housing primarily consists of condominiums popular with young singles and couples or with empty-nesters ready for a taste of urban life.

Shops, restaurants and night life are easily accessible in Arlington, and residents can easily hop onto a Metro train to reach downtown Washington for more options.

Among the many choices of condominiums in Arlington, several are designed to take advantage of the views of Washington and its monuments.

Turnberry Associates is building Turnberry Tower, a condominium community at 1850 N. Fort Myer Drive in Rosslyn with panoramic views of Georgetown, monuments and landmarks and the Potomac River.

Turnberry Tower features direct-entry private elevators into the homes, 24-hour valet, concierge and front desk services and “smart home” technology, which allows homeowners to maintain digital contact with their home and concierge services.

The condominium includes a spa and fitness center, an indoor swimming pool, a media room, social rooms and a cafe. The multilevel garage will include assigned spaces and have some individual garages available for cars and motorcycles.

Inside, each of the homes will have to 9- to 11-foot smooth-finish ceilings, Italian cabinets, granite counters, Miele appliances, Jacuzzi hydrotherapy tubs, marble baths and floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive balconies.

The 26-story building will include 247 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom homes, with prices from the $800,000s to more than $4,000,000.

Condominium fees are estimated to be 40 cents per square foot, which comes to from about $525 to $2,121 per month.

The homes range from 1,312 square feet for a one-bedroom, 11/2-bath home to 5,304 finished square feet for the tower suite, which includes three bedrooms, a formal dining room, a library, a lounge, a staff suite and a total of 51/2 baths.

More than 40 percent of the building has already been sold.

Call 703/243-3000 or visit www.turnberrytower arlington.com.

The JBG Cos. and Trizec Properties are building Waterview, a 17-floor condominium near the base of Key Bridge at 1925 N. Lynn St.

The condominiums will be built above the 12 floors of the Palomar Hotel, and residents will have private access to the hotel and can request room service, housekeeping and valet services.

The condominium will include a spa, a fitness center, garage parking, concierge services, high-tech wiring and a rooftop deck with sweeping views of Georgetown and Washington.

Inside, the homes will include upscale appointments such as hardwood floors, granite or stone counters and glass-enclosed showers and stone floors in the bath.

The homes are priced from the mid-$400,000s to more than $5,000,000, according to the community’s Web site, with condominium fees yet to be determined.

Call 703/465-4765 or visit www.waterviewresidences.com to schedule an appointment.

Monument Realty LLC is building the Odyssey condominium, which includes the Platinum Penthouse Suites, across the street from the Court House Metro station at 2001 N. 15th St.

All the condominiums on the lower floors have been sold.

The penthouse-level homes, which are still available, range from 1,088 finished square feet to 1,635 square feet, with base prices from the mid-$700,000s to $1,250,000.

Monthly condominium fees for the penthouse homes range from $402 for the smallest of the two-bedroom homes to $580 for the largest two-bedroom-and-den homes.

The Odyssey’s penthouse homes have floor-to-ceiling windows and upgraded appliances, and the building includes a rooftop pool and fitness center, concierge services, a business center, a clubroom and garage parking.

Call 703/351-0888 or visit www.odysseycondo.com.

The Palatine, a Monument Realty project at 1301 N. Troy St. near the Court House Metro station, features a rooftop swimming pool and sun deck, a business center, concierge services and an exercise facility.

Each of the 262 homes in this building will have high-speed Internet access, a glass-enclosed shower in the master suite and assigned garage parking.

Base prices range from the upper $300,000s to the low $400,000s for one-bedroom homes and from the low $400,000s to the mid-$500,000s for the one-bedroom-and- den homes.

Two-bedroom homes are priced from the mid-$500,000s to the mid-$600,000s, with two-bedroom-and-den homes priced from the low $600,000s to the mid-$700,000s.

The development also includes multilevel duplexes priced from the mid-$600,000s and town homes starting at $1,000,000 and higher.

One parking space is included with each of the homes.

Condominium fees are estimated to range from $278 to $454 per month for the condominiums, from $399 to $718 for the duplexes and from $454 to $718 for the town homes.

Call 703/528-0111 or visit www.monumentrealty.com/properties/thepalatine.

Under development by the Bush Cos. is the Park at Courthouse at 2220 N. Fairfax Drive, where about 100 homes will be available, many of them loft-style with 10-foot ceilings.

The homes have hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, crown moldings and large windows.

The one-bedroom homes are priced from the low $300,000s, two-bedroom homes from the mid-$400,000s and two-bedroom homes with a den from the upper $500,000s, with condominium fees of $190 to $400 per month.

The development is within three blocks of the Court House Metro station. Call 703/516-9445 or visit www.theparkatcourt house.com.

The Ed Peete Co. is building 114 homes at Zoso on the corner of North Fillmore and 11th Street, among the new condominium buildings located near the Clarendon Metro station.

Besides a location close to night life and shops, this condominium offers a rooftop garden, a first-floor courtyard and a business center for residents.

Some of the homes include balconies. The one- and two-bedroom homes are priced from the $300,000s to the $900,000s, with monthly condominium fees of $353 for the one-bedroom homes and $478 for the two-bedroom homes.

Call 703/714-9950 or visit www.zosocondo.com.

The Phoenix at Clarendon Metro, at 102 N. Highland St., one block from the Metro station, is available by appointment only for interested buyers.

Keating Development Co. is building the 194 homes at the Phoenix, which has a rooftop pool, a media center, clubroom and fitness center.

The homes have hardwood and ceramic tile flooring, stainless steel appliances and granite counters. The studio homes are priced from the mid-$300,000s, one-bedroom homes from the low $400,000s, one-bedroom-and-den homes from the mid- to upper $400,000s, two-bedroom homes from the upper $500,000s to the mid-$600,000s and the two-bedroom-and-den homes from the mid- to upper $800,000s.

Monthly condominium fees are $250 for a studio, $327 for a one-bedroom home, $417 for a one-bedroom home with a den and $511 for a two- bedroom home.

Call 703/465-0330 or visit www.thephoenixcondo.com.

TCS Realty Associates is building Garfield Park at 2900 N. 10th St., at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and North 10th Street, one block from the Clarendon Metro.

The mixed-use building will include street-level retail shops and restaurants, an underground parking garage and an exercise room. Inside, the 149 homes will include hardwood flooring in the kitchen and living areas, granite counters and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, smart wiring and a terrace or balcony.

Visit www.garfieldpark condos.com.

The Ed Peete Co. is building Joule, an 85-home building near the Virginia Square Metro station at 3409 Wilson Blvd., where the homes are priced from the $300,000s to more than $1,300,000.

The building mostly features two-bedroom homes, with a few one-bedroom homes and a few with dens, which can function as a third bedroom.

The condominium fees will be $453 per month for the two-bedroom homes and $340 per month for the one-bedroom homes.

Call 703/741-9950 or visit www.joulecondo.com.

The Shooshan Co. LLC, Clark Enterprises Inc. and the Fred Schneider Co. have combined forces to develop the Residences at Liberty Center on the corner of Quincy and Ninth streets, part of a mixed-use development at Ballston Metro station.

Liberty Center has a courtyard, a rooftop swimming pool and terrace, a rooftop fitness center and a party room with a catering kitchen and a fireplace. The studio, one- and two-bedroom homes have floor-to-ceiling windows, ceramic tile baths, hardwood flooring and kitchens with stainless steel appliances, granite counters and maple cabinets.

Prices at Liberty Center range from the mid-$300,000s to more than $1,000,000, with monthly condominium fees of $300 to $500 per month.

The Residences at Liberty Center are sold out, with the final phase of sales anticipated to reopen for sales this spring.

Call 703/875-2211 or visit www.libertycenter.com.

AHC Inc. has developed the Gatehouse condominium at 229 N. Thomas St., where 19 two-bedroom condominiums are available for sale.

The homes include assigned parking, a balcony or patio, and a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counters.

Ballston Metro station is within walking distance, along with shops and restaurants.

The two remaining two-bedroom, two-bath homes are base-priced from $375,000 to $385,000, with monthly condominium fees of $300.

Call 301/254-7477 or visit www.gatehousecondo.com.

The Ed Peete Co. is building 244 condominiums in Io Piazza near the shops and restaurants of Shirlington at 2730 Arlington Mill Drive.

The community will include a gym, business center, community room and a sun terrace with a garden.

Base prices range from the upper $300,000s to more than $1,000,000, with monthly condominium fee of $334 for the one-bedroom homes and $425 for the two-bedroom homes. Some three-bedroom homes also are available.

Call 703/741-9950 or visit www.iopiazza.com.

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