Perennially popular and superbly located, the Wooster and Mercer Lofts were built in 2007 with a retro warehouse vibe. Developed by Abdo and designed by Cunningham Quill, the complex is comprised of two large brick buildings that front along Clarendon Boulevard in Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood. Interior features include massive factory-style windows, exposed ductwork and 150 year old brick accents that were repurposed from the former Little Sisters of the Poor convent in Washington, DC.
Newly listed at Wooster and Mercer is Unit #502 with an asking price of $1,275,000. The sun-drenched corner unit has two bedrooms, two full baths, and 1,691 square feet of living space. The single-level condo has 10-foot high ceilings, exposed brick, walls of windows, and stunning hardwood floors. The open main living and dining area is complemented by a gorgeous chef-style kitchen with long pendant lights hanging over the white granite dining island. Other features include custom-built walk-in closets, luxurious baths with twin-sink vanities, in-unit laundry, two garage parking spaces, and extra storage.
Unit #W309 remains in Active under Contract status, meaning that it is pending with contingencies. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath true loft condo received a price reduction down to $1,295,000 before receiving an accepted offers. The 1,914 square foot residence has two stories of living space with a bedroom suite at each level. The main living area has 21-foot high soaring ceilings and two stories of massive windows, with floating black iron stairs winding up to the upper level with its open loft area. The open gourmet kitchen features black granite counters, a prep/dining island, and Wolf and Sub-Zero stainless steel appliances. Two parking spaces are included.
There were two closings in June, beginning with Unit #W206. The recently renovated two-bedroom, two-bath condo with 1,642 square feet of sunny living space, sold for $1,175,000 after listing for $1,195,000. The spacious floorplan features streaky wide-plank hardwood floors, huge factory-style windows, brick accents, and exposed overhead ductwork. The remodeled kitchen has white quartzite counters, sleek glass-front cabinetry, and SubZero and Wolfe appliances. The bathrooms have matching white quartzite counters as well. An un-unit laundry room with full-sized machines is another convenient benefit.
The other June closing is Unit #W212 in the Wooster building. The one-bedroom, one-bath condo with a spacious 1,294 square foot layout sold for $830,000 after listing for $850,000. The apartment’s main living area is open and bathed in natural light thanks to huge full height windows that gaze out over a park-like setting. Other features include Brazilian Cherry floors, exposed overhead ductwork, brick accents, and an open gourmet kitchen with dark granite counters and top of the line Viking and Sib-Zero stainless steel appliances. A cute Juliet balcony overlooks the back lawn. The residence has a nice large bedroom, big walk-in closet, side-by-side washer and dryer, and one assigned parking space in the garage.
The Wooster and Mercer community is located in Rosslyn, and close to the next-door Courthouse neighborhood. Both the Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro stations are within walking distance. There are also numerous nearby shops, restaurants, and entertainment along trendy Clarendon Boulevard in what is known as the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor. Residents at Wooster-Mercer enjoy a friendly staffed lobby with concierge service, an outdoor swimming pool and lounge, a fitness center, and a club room. The complex is pet-friendly, with lots of grassy areas including a private dog park.
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