Alexandria, Virginia – Dylan, a luxury low-rise condominium residence, is the latest addition to the burgeoning National Landing technology hub in Potomac Yard. With the Potomac Yard Metro Station, Amazon HQ2 and the Virginia Tech Innovation Campus, Dylan will bring unexpected technology and style to National Landing.
âWe’re probably the most exciting project in the DMV right now,â notes Dylan’s sales manager Jennifer Harlow. âWith the new Potomac metro station, the Virginia Tech Innovation Campus and the energy and synergy of this campus, they are redesigning National Landing. Living with Dylan’s will have it all at your fingertips.
In real estate, it comes down to three things: location, location, location! The two six-story towers will be perfectly placed in Alexandria for an optimal walk to Del Ray, Old Town North and the green spaces of Mount Jefferson Park and Dangerfield Island. New Potomac Yard subway station will provide near instant access to what lies beyond Alexandria: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Pentagon City and downtown DC
Dylan’s sought after location will come with its cutting edge safety, security and lifestyle features. The intelligent lock entry system allows access to the digital unit via your smartphone; the smart intercom includes visitor video calls, visitor virtual keys, and Siri and Alexa voice commands; the smart thermostat in each condo ensures energy efficiency thanks to the compatibility of smart devices and voice control.
Dylan will also offer electric vehicle charging stations, Amazon Hub lockers and high-speed Wi-Fi in all of its buildings.
Dylan sells itself from an unbeatable location to fantastic features, but if you’re not yet fully sold, take a look inside. Choose from a selection of four floor plans, each featuring a den, marble countertops, spa-style bathrooms, storage space, and at least 1.5 bathrooms.
âOur developers have a keen eye for detail,â says Harlow. âI’m so impressed with everything they’ve thought of. They did not miss a thing, beautiful finishes in the den with habitable workspace. The developers had the COVID world in mind. “
In an unprecedented time we live in, many people, whether empty nests, young single professionals or new families, have started working from home. Dylan promises to surpass all the needs of this lifestyle for everyone who seeks it.
A buyer says his decision to live in Dylan was an easy one. âMy decision to move to the Dylan is my desire to move from a large townhouse in DC to a one-level condominium as I move into retirement life,â details Jay Pearson, Dylan’s first-ever home buyer. âLiving in Dylan will provide easy access to the airport, Old Town, Del Ray, and National Landing. I see Potomac Yard transform as Amazon and Virginia Tech go online. The floor plans and amenities in the community were also appealing to me.
Other Dylan amenities will include a Silver Lead Smoking certification designating a non-smoking establishment; pet-friendly offers such as two-animal permission per residence and garage pet washing stations; a garage space designated by residence; a maker space in the garage; bicycle storage; a gym; a rooftop club room available for hire for private parties or for socializing when not rented; a 100-meter courtyard with plenty of places to stretch out and relax; and a breathtaking view of the sunset.
âOur first buyers are smart, knowledgeable people who take the pulse of what’s going on,â says Ashley Muldoon, another sales manager for Dylan. âThere’s no other new construction close to Amazon HQ2 and all this fabulous revitalization of Potomac Yard. It will be the liveliest neighborhood when it’s all over.
Both Dylan towers are slated for delivery in September 2022, but they are now sold for Western development. Prices range from $ 600,000 to $ 1.1 million, competitively priced for everything it offers. âIn this one place in Alexandria we will have 129 residences. We’ve already sold 29, so we have a very strong sales pace, which we love, âsays Ashley.
Technology is about creating for the future today, and Dylan is designed with the future in mind. If you’re interested in a virtual or in-person tour, book now because Dylan’s high-tech future condos sell out quickly.
âI like to know what the vision for this area will be in four or five years and that we are adhering to it now! Harlow exclaims. Visit www.dylanva.com visit in person or virtually. You can also visit the open doors of their gallery every Saturday and Sunday.
ICYMI: The official opening of the Virginia Tech innovation campus was held at the Potomac Yard Center in Alexandria