Berkeley at Ballston

Berkeley at Ballston

About Berkeley at Ballston

Washingtonians love the Ballston neighborhood for its great vibes and its urban connectivity. And The Berkeley at Ballston, with its 222 units encompassing 10 stories, puts you right in the heart of it all. More than that, it puts you just a block away from the Ballston Metro station (serving the Orange Line). Inside this modern high-rise building you’ll find amenities including a business center, laundry facilities, and bike racks. Inside the units themselves (choose from one- or two-bedroom floor plans) you’ll find gas ranges, ample closet space, hardwood flooring, and air conditioning. Neighborhood hotspots include Buzz Bakeshop, Kapnos Taverna, Uncle Julio’s, and First Down Sports Bar & Grill. A little further afield down Fairfax Drive and you’ll be able to enjoy more great restaurants and shops in the adjoining Clarendon, Court House, and Rosslyn neighborhoods. (Our recommendation: Wait for a nice spring or fall day and take a stroll all the way down to the Key Bridge where, if you’re feeling a little more ambitious, you can cross over into Georgetown.)

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1000 Randolph St N, Arlington, VA 22201

  • Neighborhood Arlington
  • Building Type High-Rise
  • Ownership Condo

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Amenities at Berkeley at Ballston

Building Amenities

  • Fitness Center
  • Nearest Rail Station: Ballston

Parking Features

  • Garage

Unit Amenities

  • Air Conditioned
  • Fireplaces
  • Terraces
  • W/D connections

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