Let’s say you want to live in the DC Metro Area, but not right in the district, and you want to live somewhere super classy with reasonable cost of living. You’ll want to consider moving to Alexandria VA for sure. As the southernmost destination of the Metro, Alexandria seems to be the perfect distance from the big city—close enough to keep you in the loop and plenty far for escaping the constant hustle.
Two brand new developments have cropped up to support the relaxing lifestyle that those moving to Alexandria are after: Cameron Park and Robinson Landing. Both combine townhomes and condos and feature green and waterfront landscapes respectively. Alexandria VA is a proper city with a small-town vibe, yet it has the scope to support
The Cosmos is located at 2030 16th St NW, the heart of the U Street Corridor in a historic 16th Street rowhouse. Sales for The Cosmos started in late 2018.
The four story building will hold four residences - two duplexes and two flats, and garage parking for two. Situated between Logan Circle, DuPont Circle and Adams Morgan, residents are blocks away from shops, restaurant, parks, metro and much more - earning a walk score of 97.
Cosmos Floor Plans
The Cosmos includes four eloquent floor plans, three two-bedroom units and one one-bedroom unit. All residences will enjoy private outdoor space. The units sizes range from 900 to 1700 sqft with pricing starting at $799,000.
The Cosmos in the U Street Corridor are each preserved
It is easy to forget that the District of Columbia has a waterfront--except for those that truly enjoy it. Of course, when we hear ‘waterfront living,’ many of us would jump to waves crashing onto sandy coastlines, but the Potomac and Anacostia are no mere creeks propelling old mills. They are mighty rivers, named by the indigenous peoples who once called the area home, into which city-dwellers may escape the urban hustle by means of a single glance. Now imagine for a moment that you started every day with such a glance--from your riverside balcony, with your hot beverage of choice in hand. Sounds pretty fantastic, doesn’t it?
As anyone who has ever thought about real estate would imagine, property on DC’s waterfront comes at a
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