Sales open for luxury condos at Tysons
- May 30, 2018
The Meridian Group and Kettler announced Wednesday that sales are open for Verse, a new luxury residential tower at The Boro development in Tysons.
The 25-story, 245,502-square-foot condominium building, with 140 residences, is expected to be complete by October 2019. The one-, two- and three-bedroom units are priced from $500,000 to $2 million.
As Tysons continues to transform from a corporate business park with shopping to a mixed-use, live/work/play urban center, residential projects such as Verse are considered key in the metamorphosis. The condominiums will be the first to open since Fairfax County approved a master plan calling for more residences.
“Verse will set a new high-water mark for luxury living in Tysons,” Bob Kettler, founder and CEO of Kettler, said in a statement. “It will be the iconic showpiece of the first fully walkable community in Tysons and the most exciting new downtown environment in Northern Virginia, with every neighborhood amenity right at your fingertips.”
Meridian, a Bethesda, Md.-based real estate investment and development company, and Kettler, a McLean-based development and property management firm, have formed a joint venture to develop the tower, designed by the international architecture firms Shalom Baranes and Cecconi Simone.
The D.C.-based Mayhood Co. is leading the marketing and sales effort for Verse.
According to the developers, residents of Verse will enjoy “breathtaking panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and downtown D.C.” Units will have floor-to-ceiling windows and select homes will be built with outdoor terraces and balconies.
The project’s list of amenities includes: open-plan concepts, walk-in closets, wine refrigerators, spa-inspired master baths with porcelain Calcutta marble floors, an outdoor pool, 24/7 concierge services, a pet spa, fitness studio and one-acre sky park with covered kitchen and bar. Other modern touches are a space for bicycle storage and car-charging stations.
Located within walking distance of the Greensboro Metro station, The Boro will offer a mix of offices, residences, retail stores, restaurants and entertainment. Its first phase of development is expected to be ready by the mid or later half of 2019. It will include the area’s largest Whole Foods Market, a 69,000-square-foot flagship store and a ShowPlace ICON Theatre, with 14 screens and upscale dining.