- Closest Metrorail Station: Virginia Square
- Year Built: 2006
- Number of Units: 70
- Sq. Ft. Range: 785 – 1,885 sq. ft.
- Price Range: $385,000 – $910,000
- Pet Policy: Cats and dogs
The Monroe is located at Virginia Square and offers high-end amenities. This luxury condominium has a contemporary flair that sets it apart from other buildings in the area. The Monroe boasts a rooftop deck with panoramic views of Arlington along with a fitness center, concierge lobby, party and meeting rooms, and a landscaped courtyard. Residents can safely store their cars in the private three-story underground parking garage.
This exciting condo building in Arlington offers both two-bedroom and three-bedroom units. Each unit comes with 11 foot ceilings and gleaming wood floors. Each floor plan is spacious and open. Residents can opt for French doors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and large balconies. Each ground level unit is equipped with a private street entrance. The Monroe’s rooftop terrace is exceptional and its other amenities are equally as luxurious. The concierge lobby is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The HOA fee includes an endless supply of hot water — an added bonus!
The Monroe is perfectly positioned so that residents can enjoy all of the perks of living in Virginia Square. The Virginia Square Metro station runs along the Orange line and is just one block away. There’s a Starbucks across the street, a Giant grocery two blocks in one direction, and several dry cleaners and convenience stores a few blocks in the other direction. Many shops and restaurants are also conveniently close by. Quincy Park is very close by and features athletic fields, a picnic area, a playground, and plenty of open green space. The Central Library and above-average publics schools surround the neighborhood.
Accessing Arlington and DC from the Monroe
Living at the Monroe makes it easy to get around Arlington and the rest of the D.C. metro area. The Virginia Square Block is one short block away or residents can walk for 10 minutes to get to the Ballston Metro. There are plenty of bike lanes for cyclists. It’s very easy to get around Virginia Square on foot; it is a very pedestrian-friendly neighborhood. Custis Memorial Parkway provides easy access to I-66, Highway 237, and the area’s other major thoroughfares. Accessing other parts of Arlington, Northern Virginia, and the capital city is simple when you’re coming from the Monroe.
- Private outdoor space
- Rooftop terrace
- 24/7 front desk
- Secure garage park and extra storage
- Media room
- Landscaped courtyard
- Fitness center