ARLINGTON, VA – Mill Creek Residential, a leading multi-family investor and operator specializing in prime rental communities in the US, broke ground for a contemporary Modera apartment community in the heart of the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor in the metropolis Washington, D.C.
Located on the corner of Washington Boulevard and N. Kirkwood Road, the newest Modera Midrise features 270 apartment buildings with an additional focus on eco-friendly living, technology, and coworking skills. The community, built to LEED Silver standards, embraces a biophilic design aesthetic that encompasses health, wellness, greenery and a welcoming atmosphere.
"The Rosslyn Ballston Corridor and the Clarendon neighborhood are some of the most exciting in the area Washington, D.C. and we have always admired this sub-market, "he said Joe Muffler, director of mid-Atlantic development for Mill Creek residential area. "While the location speaks for itself, we are delighted with the wellness aspects of our design as well as the indoor-outdoor symmetry that we believe will create a unique experience for our future residents."
A diverse selection of Community facilities will include a spacious open floor clubhouse with social and collaborative hubs; a 24-hour self-service market; a lively courtyard with social areas for cooking, gathering, fitness, and entertainment; Building-wide WiFi and keyless technology; a fitness center with yoga and bike storage; and a ground floor combination of a pet spa and bicycle storage room.
Residents also have almost instant access to the various shopping, nightlife and restaurants in the neighborhood, which has 2.3 million square feet of retail space within half a mile. These retail stores include Whole Foods, Trader Joe & # 39; s and a wide variety of fine dining and casual dining options. The site is also within walking distance George Mason Law, business and political schools that are currently undergoing massive renovations to accommodate a new technology campus.
The community is also within walking distance of the 25 million square feet of office space within the Rosslyn-Ballston Market. Commuters also benefit from Interstate 66, the Lee Highway, US Route 50, and two subway lines that are easily accessible from the community.
The community will offer studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with an average size of 830 square meters, private terraces or balconies, and selected cave layouts. Apartment interiors come with ceilings at least 3m in length, wooden plank floors, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, upgraded fixtures, pendant lights, tile backs, home washers and dryers, programmable thermostats and access to keyless units. Bathrooms will have double sinks and tiled shower surrounds, and select homes will have stooped front gardens. The residents also have access to digital parcel lockers, parking spaces with controlled access, additional storage space and special bicycle storage.
The community marks Mill Creek tenth development community either leasing or under development in the Washington, D.C. Area. Others include Modera Sedici, Modera Mosaic and Modera Founders Row.