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December 2018

Found 3 blog entries for December 2018.

perla condos for sale

The Perla is a one of the newest mixed-use buildings planned for the Shaw neighborhood located at 810 O St NW. Previously the site of a prominent church, the cathedral was eventually torn down after approval from the Historic Preservation Review Board. Sales for the Perla are expected to start in early 2019 with construction completion in late 2019.

The nine-story building will hold 66 condos, underground parking, and thousands of square feet for retail space located at the ground level. Located at the corner of 9th and O Streets NW, residents are blocks away from shops, restaurants, Blagden Alley, parks and much more - earning the location a walk score of 97.

Perla Floor Plans

The Perla offers buyers 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom layouts, with or

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robinson landing homes for sale

Robinson Landing is one of the newest additions to the historic city of Old Town Alexandria. Compromised of 70 luxurious condos and 26 modern townhomes all steps from the Potomac riverfront. Robinson Landing is now in pre-construction sales.

Robinson Landing Amenities

Robinson Landing offers its residences an extensive list of amenities which includes 24-hour onsite staff, concierge services, state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga studio, bicycle shop, pet grooming spa, private parking garage, and resident’s lounge.

Robinson Landing Condominiums

The Robinson Landing Condominiums offers 1-bedroom, 2-bedrooms, and 3-bedrooms, with or without a den starting in the high $1.2M. You can expect floor-to-ceiling windows offering expansive views of

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homeowner winter checklist

Protecting your home from the winter months is vital. A winter storm or other severe weather conditions can cause real damage to your property. That's why it's very important to prepare your home for the next 4-5 months of snow, ice, and freezing temperatures.

  1. Disconnect and drain all outside hoses, if possible, shut off outside water valves, to prevent hoses from breaking or even worse a busted spigot.

  2. Remove dead or damaged tree branches that would get weighed down with ice or snow and fall on your house - or your neighbor’s.

  3. During cold spells, keep cabinet doors open to allow warm air to circulate around pipes, specifically those in the kitchen and bathrooms.

  4. Double check downspouts and gutters for leaf build up

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