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WETA Celebrates History And Homes Of Del Ray

Del Ray was profiled Monday night on WETA's "If You Lived Here," with the hosts learning that home prices for the neighborhood's bungalows, Cape Cods and duplexes have shot up over the past 20 years. Local real estate agent Jen Walker took the hosts on a tour, explaining that a one-bedroom condominium in Del Ray currently goes for about $225,000, while townhouses are selling for $600,000 to $700,000. Single-family homes range from $850,000 to more than $2 million. According to patch.com, "The hosts visited a remodeled townhouse on Kennedy Street that featured a refurbished kitchen with a big opening to see through to the living room. The finished basement adds lots of living space to the townhouse. The home went on the market for $719,900. Located adjacent to what was once the second-largest U.S. railyard, Del Ray has gone through many changes in its history. Over the past 25 years, Del Ray has seen new shops and restaurants opening. In the 1970s and 1980s, the majority of businesses in Del Ray were Black-owned. Today, a larger number of white business owners and residents have moved in." As per patch.com, "The show highlights Pat Miller Neighborhood Square on Mount Vernon Ave., which was dedicated to the community leader in 2017. Miller, who has lived in Del Ray for more than 30 years, has served as a president of the Del Ray Business Association and served on the board for more than 20 years. The hosts find out that Del Ray, like other parts of Alexandria, is extremely dog-friendly. "I don't think there's a restaurant or a retail store that doesn't allow dogs," Miller said."

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Welcome to this fantastic 2 bedroom, 2 full bathroom condominium nestled in the prestigious Marina Towers of Alexandria.

501 Slaters Ln #824

Freshly painted & new flooring for a move in ready home. The open concept floor plan includes a combination living/dining room, creating an ideal space for entertaining guests or unwinding after a long day. Prepare to be captivated by the panoramic vistas of Alexandria and DC from the expansive balcony, where you can savor your morning coffee or indulge in picturesque sunsets. The galley style kitchen has been updated with beautiful granite counters, and oak cabinets. It also has a sliding glass door that leads to the balcony with beautiful views! The primary bedroom offers a tranquil sanctuary with its own private view of the Potomac River, the National monument, the Jefferson memorial, and the Capitol building to name a few, providing a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. Equipped with an ensuite bathroom, this luxurious haven ensures both comfort and convenience. The second bedroom also offers ample space and natural light, perfect for guests or a home office. An additional full bathroom adds to the convenience and functionality of this exceptional residence. Residents of Marina Towers enjoy a host of amenities, including professional management, with 24-hour concierge service and maintenance staff. Amenities include a convenience store, riverside pool, tiki bar & grills, dog park, community garden, fitness center, library, sauna and community room. Steps take you down to the George Washington Pkway where you can run or walk for 26 miles of beautiful trail. There is a community laundry and the convenience store offers laundry service. Furthermore, condo fees cover all utilities except Internet, ensuring hassle-free living. Located in the heart of Alexandria, this condominium offers easy access to an array of dining, shopping, and entertainment options, as well as convenient transportation links. Braddock Metro station is less than a mile away and Ronald Reagan Washington Airport (DCA) is 3.2 miles. The adjacent former power plant will be transformed over the next few years and a vibrant mixed use development with public outdoor spaces is being built (see information in documents). Don't miss this rare opportunity to experience luxury living at its finest. Schedule your private tour today and elevate your lifestyle at Marina Towers! [Marina Towers - $500,000]

Welcome to Marina Towers, a much desired, private, luxury resort community in North Old Town.

501 Slaters Ln #806

This very well kept and maintained unit has a beautifully updated bath., custom built ins, crown moldings, & french doors. The Balfour Beatty Deconstruction Plan for the Potomac River Generating Station was APROVED by City of Alexandria on April 4, 2024. Work begins on Oct 1st, 2024. This is your chance to see the continued revitalization of North Old Town. Marina Towers boasts a dry cleaners, convenience store, 24/7 concierge, package service, river view fitness center, fenced dog park, car wash area, garden plots, outdoor bar and grills, river front swimming pool, all currently undergoing a complete renovation, to include the lobby and common areas. The scenic Mount Vernon cycling / walking trail is at your doorstep. Laundry rooms on every floor. The condo fee includes all utilities but cable. The location can't be beat. Convenient to Potomac Yards metro station, National Airport, Old Town, & DC. Marina Towers is a no smoking community. Dogs under 25 lbs OK. [Marina Towers - $355,000]

Enjoy cocktails or cookouts in the tiki bar by the swimming pool overlooking the Potomac River when you live in this light-filled one bedroom with a partial river view in the sought after Marina Towers condos in Old Town's dynamic north end.

501 Slaters Ln #606

The unit features refurbished hardwood floors throughout, an upgraded bathroom, plenty of closet space, stainless steel appliances and wooden butcher-block countertops in the kitchen, and track-lighting in the hall to give your special pictures an art gallery look. The common areas include a fitness center, sauna, a party room and convenience store. Residents create a camaraderie with occasional coffee and doughnuts in the lobby, which looks out on a panoramic Potomac scene. Marina Towers is located about 2 miles from Reagan National Airport and sits adjacent to the George Washington Trail, which runs 18 miles from the Mount Vernon mansion to Roosevelt Island, and close to the wildlife nature preserve of Daingerfield Island, home to bald eagles and ospreys. Old Town's booming north end is alive with restaurants like Hank's Oyster Bar, Oak Steakhouse and Jula's on the Potomac. [Marina Towers - $340,000]

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