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On the Market in Arlington

Four new condo, apartment, and townhouse communities that you could move into today

In Rosslyn, Sedona is two new buildings with 472 apartments. Rendering courtesy of Sedona.

Each of the 117 condominiums at Gaslight Square (1700 Clarendon Blvd.; 571-249-4730) has 19-foot ceilings and a private outdoor space; many have floor-to-ceiling windows. Developed by Jim Abdo, who is known for high-end modern designs, the units have been on the market since last summer and range from $739,000 to $1.5 million.

The Avery (1200 N. Rolfe St.; 571-385-2424) has 67 one- and two-bedroom condos. There’s a gym, a rooftop terrace, and a courtyard with cabanas. Inside, modern touches include Kashmir white granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances in the kitchens. Prices begin around $450,000 and go into the $900,000s for the largest two-bedrooms with dens.

Sedona (1510 Clarendon Blvd.; 866-997-4146) is two new buildings with 472 studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments. Communal amenities in the LEED Gold-certified buildings include a rooftop pool with views of downtown DC, an on-site personal trainer, and free Starbucks coffee. Rents range from $1,160 to $3,660.

Open since last fall, the five-story Garfield Park (925 N. Garfield St.; 877-633-3049)has 152 studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as townhouses. Rents range from $2,095 for a 576-square-foot studio to $5,620 for the largest townhouse. Open kitchens have granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances, while bathrooms come with ceramic tile and double-vanity sinks. Some units have a private balcony or terrace, and there’s also a fitness center, a lounge with a pool table and TVs, and two rooftop courtyards.

This article appears in the June 2013 issue of The Washingtonian.

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