Arlington's Turnberry Tower
by WENDIE PECHARSKY
Turnbery Tower's luxe lobby
IMAGINE YOU’RE A BIRD, soaring high above the Potomac with the twinkling lights of Georgetown and the monuments glistening below you. Now picture living with that amazing spectacle outside your window every morning, noon and night. That’s what the new 26-story Turnberry Tower condominium in Arlington is offering—that and much more. The tallest residential building in the DC metro area, Turnberry Tower, just over the Key Bridge and with easy access to Georgetown, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and all major highways, features the luxurious amenities of an elegant hotel, including 24-hour valet parking, private covered balconies, marble bathrooms and elevators that open directly into most units.
But the spacious one- to four-bedroom residences, priced from $599,000 to $5 million plus, are designed to feel less like hotel suites and more like private, freestanding homes. “Turnberry Tower is ideal for people who want the big rooms and extra living space that a private home offers, but with the convenience and cultural perks of living in the city,” says Dan Riordan, vice president of sales and marketing for Turnberry Associates, the property’s developer. “Most one-bedrooms in the area are about 700 to 800 square feet,” Riordan notes, “ours start at 1,300 square feet and have living rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and large European-style kitchens and bathrooms. Plus, the building has direct-access elevators that deliver you to your own private foyer.”
Add to that the building’s year-round indoor pool, fitness center, theater, social room and business center and it’s clear why Riordan says, “You’d be hard-pressed to find something like Turnberry Tower Arlington anywhere else in the DC metro area.” For more information, call 703-243-3000 or visit turnberrytowerarlington.com.
PHOTOGRAPH BY CAMERON DAVIDSON
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