The past six months have shown us the strength, resilience and creativity of DC, Maryland and Virginia’s real estate industry. They also revealed something else about our post-pandemic market: Washingtonians want to stretch their real estate dreams with new amenities in even more dynamic properties—and real estate pros are delivering in nearly every corner of the region.
LOCATION: 7901 Jones Branch Drive
Located in Tysons, The Mather is a revolution in the making: a forward-thinking “life plan” community—with luxury as a foundation—for people 62 and better. Think dining options with CIA-trained chefs, a fitness center and day spa, concierge and valet services, a movie theater, an indoor pool, digital-media studios and guest lecturers. Sleek apartments range from 850 square feet to 3,300 square feet.
Entrance fees $646,700 to $4.2 million
LOCATION: 10 K St. SE
Capitol Hill views are one of many perks of living at the recently opened 10K, which also features a Tesla house car, a resident-experience director, a fitness center by Equinox and a Sky Terrace with infinity pool, private cabanas, Sunset Lounge & Bar, hot tub, private party area and dog run.
Two-bedrooms from $4,800 per month
LOCATION: 949 First St. SE
Another Navy Yard jaw-dropper is Crossing, with a luxe rooftop (infinity pools, cabanas), a penthouse clubroom, a wellness suite, a resident- only demo kitchen and dining room, work lounges, a coffee bar and a pet lounge-washing spa. The mod apartments offer open floor plans with gourmet kitchens and waterfall islands.
Two-bedrooms from $3,705 per month; three-bedrooms from $5,255 per month
Photography by: Photos Courtesy of: The Mather, Rendering Subject to Change; 10K, The Crossing