These ten luxury buildings opened to renters in January 2009 or later.
1101 Higgins Pl., Rockville
Rents in this 279-unit building start around $1,700 a month for a one-bedroom; two-bedrooms with lofts cost about $2,400 a month.
3460 14th St., NW
In DC’s Columbia Heights, this building includes studios from $1,600 a month and penthouses with lofts for $4,000.
Archstone Wisconsin Place
4440 Willard Ave., Chevy Chase
Prices in this 432-unit building range from $2,200 for a studio to $3,900 for a two-bedroom, two-bath.
Lyon Place at Clarendon Center
1200 N. Garfield St., Arlington
This 244-unit building features a party room, lap pool, and fitness center. Rents range from $1,500 a month for a studio to $5,000 for a three-bedroom.
[Editor's note: There is only one apartment available for rent at this time.]
The Metropolitan at Village at Leesburg
1500 Balch Dr., SE, Leesburg
Monthly rents start around $1,200 for a studio and go up to $2,500 for a three-bedroom. Amenities include an outdoor pool and screening room.
The Millennium at Metropolitan Park
1330 S. Fair St., Arlington
Prices range from $1,600 for studios to $7,390 a month for penthouses. The building has an outdoor pool, library, and salon.
North Bethesda Market
11351 Woodglen Dr., North Bethesda
The 400-unit building houses a new Whole Foods store and two swimming pools. Studios start around $1,700 a month, and the three-bedroom penthouse is about $4,800 a month.
The Reserve at Tysons Corner
8060 Crianza Pl., Vienna
This 476-unit building features an indoor basketball court and a playground. One-bedrooms start around $1,600 a month, two-bedrooms around $2,400.
Residences on the Avenue
2221 I St., NW
Prices in this 335-unit building, which has a yoga studio, range from $2,800 a month for a studio to $13,600 a month for a three-bedroom penthouse.
West End 25
1255 25th St., NW
This 283-unit building contains studios that rent for $2,500 and two-bedrooms that start at $4,800. The roof deck has a pool and party area.
This article appears in the October 2011 issue of The Washingtonian.
Luxury Apartments in Washington—With Units Still Available
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