From the association management at Park Place: “The wall paper in the lobby area has been removed completely. The next step is for the walls to be treated and then phase two of the lobby renovations will begin. Phase two of the lobby renovations is scheduled for Thursday, April 26, 2012.
“The second phase of the lobby renovations will be the painting of the lobby walls. During this time elevators 1 and 2 will be shutdown. Residents and visitors will only have access to elevators 3 and 4 starting Thursday, April 26th at 8:00pm until Friday, April 27th at 8:00am. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.”
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Some of the most desirable homes in Old Town Alexandria are found in close proximity to the Potomac River. The river provides a confirmed open space that is difficult to find in a busy urban environment. Residents here have easy access to the Mount Vernon Trail as it makes its way through Old Town.
Old Town Alexandria has some of the most sought-after real estate on the planet. People that live here love the convenience, the history charm, the shops and restaurants and the access to the Potomac waterfront. But what can you get for around a million dollars in Old Town? Our agent Julie Nesbitt recently represented buyers at Cameron Mews and her buyers were delighted with a location that was at the heart of everything just paces from the Potomac River. In addition to Cameron Mews, some of the more popular spots are: Ford’s Landing, Liberty Row, Torpedo Factory, Prince Street Club and others in the South East Quadrant of Old Town.
The ABR acronym is short for Accredited Buyer Representative. The Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) designation is designed for real estate buyer agents who focus on working directly with buyer-clients. When you work with an Accredited Buyer’s Representative you know that your rights are represented by a professional agent who is trained and experienced in handling the needs of buyers. There are four requirements which a real estate agent must meet to attain and use the ABR® designation:
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