2 Bedroom in 22202 in Arlington County For About $750,000So, is 1300 Crystal Dr #401s the dream place for you? It could be. But, you have to ask yourself these questions. Can you afford $725,000? Is it actually worth $801,000 or $699,000? How would you like Nesbitt Realty to rebate you $4,339 on this home purchase? Are you shopping for a $725,000 2-bedroom home in Arlington? Do you need 2 full baths and 0 half baths? Contact Will Nesbitt to learn more from a market savvy ace on 22202 in Arlington real estate. Continue reading "1300 Crystal Dr #401s, Arlington VA 22202 Listed"
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1,516 Sqft Place For $749,000 in Arlington, VirginiaAt a price of $749,000, 1300 Crystal Dr #401s, Arlington VA is an intriguing home compared to other place of residences listed now. Nevertheless, compare this to the average square feet (1,516) of properties in Crystal Gateway to get a sense of today's market. Continue reading "1300 Crystal Dr #401s, Arlington VA 22202 Listed"
Of course, you can find a mid 20th-century 2 bedroom condo for around $700,000 in Northern VA. But there are only a limited number of choice residences in 22202 in Arlington County. Maybe one of them is the right home for you. If it's not 1300 Crystal Dr #1510s, then it might be one of the properties listed below. To take a closer look at this 1,516 sqft condo contact buyers agent Julie Nesbitt. She can help you with any 2-bedroom Unit/Flat-style home listed for sale in 22202. Continue reading "Are You Looking For A Mid 20th-century 2 Bedroom Condo For Around $700,000?"
$800,000 ‧ Arlington VA 22202 - Comparables and SuggestionsPurchasing real estate such as 1300 S Crystal Dr S #1705s is likely to be the single biggest monetary decision an average American will ever make. In fact, as a dilligent real estate pro, Nesbitt Realty will be a strong advocate who recognizes the data and the emotional support most buyers want if choosing and buying a home in Arlington County. Moreover, there are always problems in 22202 in Arlington real estate. Nevertheless, a helpful real estate pro like Nesbitt is able to assist you to manage or avoid many of the pitfalls associated with buying a condo in Arlington County. Continue reading "1300 S Crystal Dr S #1705s, Arlington Real Estate Announcement"
D.C.-based Hoffman & Associates, co-developer of Phase 1 and 2 of the massive The Wharf development on D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront, is crossing the Potomac with plans for residential development in Ballston. Hoffman & Associates has partnered with Arlington-based developer Snell Properties for a multi-family project at 4600 Fairfax Drive that will include more than 500 apartments and townhomes. Continue reading "Ballston Residential Community Planned By Wharf Co-Developer"
The University of Virginia is expanding in Arlington. UVA|NOVA in Rosslyn will be the school’s campus in Northern Virginia. It also plans to branch into other sites, according to a news release. “UVA|NOVA will be the center point of our efforts to better serve the commonwealth by bringing new academic programming and research to Northern Virginia,” University of Virginia President Jim Ryan said in a statement. Continue reading "New Rosslyn Campus For The University Of Virginia"
Sitting alongside the tennis courts at Arlington’s Virginia Highlands Park, 24 metal rings form raised plant beds with ripe tomatoes on the vine and peppers ready for picking. Highlands Urban Garden, or HUG for short, isn’t your typical garden though, with its temporary construction and large water jugs — this is an example of an urban garden, meant to show how products can grow mere steps away from a concrete jungle. Continue reading "Highlands Urban Garden Helping To Combat Hunger"
Juneteenth represents June 19, 1865, the day enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas, heard that they were free. Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Note that this was two and a half years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation – which had become official January 1, 1863. Continue reading "Juneteenth Celebrations In Arlington"
Twenty-six artists from across the D.C. area have painted 25 giant flower sculptures as part of the National Cherry Blossom Festival's Blossom Hunt. The sculptures can be found scattered across the region, including two in Crystal City. Continue reading "Giant Flower Sculptures Created For National Cherry Blossom Festival In Crystal City"