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Condos For Sale at The Odyssey Condominium | Arlington
Located at 2001 15th Street N, Arlington, VA 22201
One of Arlington’s truly stunning condominiums is The Odyssey, located along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor—specifically at 2001 15th Street in the fashionable Courthouse neighborhood. With its sleek and dramatically curved design, this 16-floor glass and steel complex offers 273 luxury residences and a ton of amenities.
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Built in 2006, The Odyssey gets mentioned a lot when it comes to DC Metro “top 10 condo” lists. The luxury touches go more than a step beyond, from the stunningly modern lobby with fireplace and 24/7 front desk to the elongated rooftop pool with spectacular panoramic views of the Washington and Arlington skylines. The complex is also mixed-use, with a Sushi Rock and Solarus Spa & Salon on the ground floor.
But what about the actual condos for sale themselves—how much do they cost and what do they look like?
The floor plans are nicely varied, from 579-foot studios all the way up to three bedroom plus den models. There are also 10 townhouse units. Additionally, floors 10 through 16 are categorized as “Platinum Penthouse Suites.” Prices range from around $400,000 to well over a million dollars. In other words, you’ve got choices!
Many of the residences at The Odyssey have fireplaces and all have balconies. Bamboo is the most common flooring, although there are other options. Similarly, wall finishes vary from stark white to brick to cherry wood. The kitchens range from deluxe to unbelievable, with granite, marble and stainless steel. The penthouse units sport Viking, Sub-Zero, Bosch and Miele appliances.
The luxury touches extend to common amenities, with a state of the art fitness center on the 17th floor that overlooks the National Cathedral. The cardio machines have their own overhead TVs, just like a top commercial gym. There are also multiple party rooms and meeting rooms, a business center and a private landscaped park.
Last but certainly not least is the location itself—an absolutely prime spot along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor and right next-door to Clarendon. The Odyssey is just across from Arlington Plaza and two blocks from the Courthouse Metro. You can walk to either Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s for groceries, or just go out to drink and dine, at the multitude of restaurants and hot spots in the neighborhood.
More About Living in Court House
The Courthouse community, also spelled as Court House, is named for the Arlington Courthouse. It is one of five urban transit driven neighborhoods along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor. Heading west from the Potomac River, those neighborhoods are Rosslyn, Courthouse, Clarendon, Virginia Square and Ballston. Each has its own dedicated Metro station offering Orange and Silver Line service.
As with its neighbors, Courthouse is a historic community that has evolved greatly over the years. It was once part of Fairfax County, then Alexandria and then Washington, DC. Fort Woodbury was built during the Civil War where the current court house stands. By 1920, the area was renamed Arlington County. Residential development picked up during the early 1900s, after electric trolley were introduced from Rosslyn to Clarendon. The Metrorail system arrived in the modern era, with the Court House Metro station completed in 1979.
Commercial and residential development along the corridor has also changed greatly over the years. Courthouse used to be known for its charming bungalows and Victorian homes. Today, the area is geared toward luxury condos and townhouses for sale, along with a panoply of shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment. There are still some old homes here and there. But the tiny Courthouse enclave is largely represented by condos and federal buildings.
In addition to The Odyssey, the neighborhood is home to condominiums such as Court House Hill Condominiums, Woodbury Heights Condominiums, Meridian at Courthouse Commons and 2001 Clarendon Boulevard. Just a bit further east, across the Rosslyn border, is Gaslight and the Wooster and Mercer Lofts.
Residents at The Odyssey had plenty of nearby bars and restaurants to stroll to, including Summers Ragtime, Ragtime, Sushi Rock, Tupelo Honey and the Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery! As mentioned above, there’s also a nearby Whole Foods plus Market Commons with its upscale shops.
Getting Around Court House
The aforementioned Court House Metro Station with its Orange and Silver Line service will get you all sorts of places, whether heading west or east. Riders can also transfer to the Blue Line in next-door Rosslyn. This is also a convenient place for those who park their vehicles at The Odyssey. You can motor along Wilson or Clarendon Boulevards, or hop onto the I-66, I-395 or the George Washington Memorial Highway. You can also cross the Key Bridge to Georgetown or the Arlington Memorial Bridge to Downtown DC.
But this is also a highly walkable neighborhood, great for window shopping or other urban adventures. You can also ride your bike or scooter! To learn more about condos for sale at The Odyssey, or other properties in Arlington, Alexandria or DC, call District Partners at Compass (202) 798-3600.