Carlyle District, Alexandria VA Homes and Condos For Sale
The Carlyle District represents something of an anomaly in the historic City of Alexandria. This is actually a relatively new community with modern high-rise towers featuring luxury condos for sale. This densely populated mixed-use subdivision features residential and office use side-by-side, along with shops, dining, hotels and entertainment.
Covering 77 acres, the neighborhood with its gleaming spires was originally considered part of its next-door neighbor, Eisenhower East. However, the Carlyle District evolved to such an extent that it ultimately became something of a new city within another city. Residents, office workers and visitors have embraced the “live, work and play” model that is so in vogue now in many urban cultures, with everything one needs readily available within a relatively small bubble-like area. The community is located off Duke Street and is west of Old Town. Notable local institutions include the U.S. Patent and Trademark Offices and the National Science Foundation.
Carlyle-District Homes for Sale in Alexandria, VA
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This isn’t a place where real estate buyers will find any spacious Colonials for sale, or any other kind of single-family homes for that matter. Those seeking properties with their own yards might want to look into nearby Braddock Road or Rosemont instead. But if it’s lofts, flats, penthouses or other luxury condos for sale, this is your place. Among noteworthy developments are large complexes like Carlyle Towers which is comprised of three high-rise towers and a total of 549 residences.
Convenience is an important part of the appeal here, with a nearby Whole Foods Market, the Carlyle Club, Café Old Town plus multiple parks and an urban square with a plaza and large open lawn where musical events take place. There’s also a dog park, farmers market, tennis courts, and the National Investors Hall of Fame and Museum. Those needing to get out of the neighborhood can avail themselves of the nearby Capital Beltway. There’s also the King Street Metro not far away. Contact District Partners at Compass to learn more, (202) 798-3600.