Everything You Should Know About Columbia Place In Arlington, Va

Columbia Place is a community in Arlington Village that consists of 14 condo units and 8 luxury townhomes. The condo units come in a mid-sized 5-story building while the townhomes are each three-stories with rooftop terraces.

Columbia Place

Completed in 2015, the condos come in two-bedroom and two-baths floor plans with sizes ranging from 1126 to 1580 square feet. On the other hand, the townhomes have 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths with sizes ranging from 2,189 to 2,234 square feet of living space. The units at Columbia Place boast of oak hardwood flooring in the foyer, kitchen, and living room, 9′ ceilings, and chef-inspired kitchens with maple/cherry cabinetry, Silestone countertops, and Whirlpool stainless series appliances.

Residents at Columbia Place enjoy amenities such as on-site parking, bike storage, lobby elevator, and electronically-secured rear and street entrance. The condos offer spectacular views of downtown Arlington, the Army Navy Country Club, and a select few will have a stunning view of D.C.

Located at the intersection of S Walter Reed Drive and 11th Street South, Columbia Place is within walking distance to various shops, restaurants, bars, and entertainment options. The closest grocery stores include Giant Food and Arlington Grocery. Nearest green spaces including Penrose Park, Towers Park, and Barcroft Park.

The Army-Navy Country Club is also around six minutes from the community. For transit, Columbia Place is a few blocks Arlington Boulevard and a short drive from George Washington Memorial Parkway. Elementary school students in Columbia Place attend Radolf and Hoffman-Boston Elementary schools, middle school kids go to Thomas Jefferson, while high schoolers attend Wakefield High.

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