The Wooster and Mercer Lofts in Arlington

Posted by Andre M Perez on Thursday, February 6th, 2014 at 5:01pm.

Wooster and Mercer Lofts in Arlington Located in the heart of one of Arlington’s hippest neighborhoods are the Wooster and Mercer Lofts. This is upscale urban living at its best—just steps from the Clarendon shopping hub and smack dab between the Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro stations. Delivered to the public in 2007, this luxury community is comprised of 83 units split between two buildings. In a word, the mezzanine lofts are stunning. It’s little wonder they have received such rave reviews in publications like the New York Times and Washingtonian Magazine.

Created by Abdo Development, the Wooster and Mercer is a true loft experience with a modern industrial vibe, including de rigueur open ductwork and floating spiral iron stairs, warmed by rich cherry or mahogany hardwood floors. You’ll also find interior columns wrapped in 130 year-old brick that has been reclaimed from the original Washington Children’s Museum. Want more? How about ceilings that soar up to 21 feet, giant window walls and open great-room floor plans?

Adding to the interior amenities at the Wooster and Mercer Lofts are stunning chef’s grade kitchens with long honed granite counters, Maple cabinets, Wolfe ranges and Sub Zero refrigerators. The large custom baths feature either limestone or marble counters, oversized seamless glass showers and Waterworks fixtures. Select units also feature fireplaces.

All of the units at the Wooster and Mercer are genuine lofts, even the entry level studios which start around $500,000. You can expect to pay up to $750,000 for one-bedrooms with two-bedroom units climbing past the seven-figure mark. The top of the line of course, are the penthouses—three bedrooms and 3000 square feet of living space, plus rooftop terraces. Prices for these huge open-space homes run upwards of $2 million.

Situated at 1600 Clarendon Boulevard and 1615 Queen Street, these highly desirable residences don’t come on the market often. Adding to the allure is a beautiful Olympic-sized swimming pool, a state of the art gym, a club room, a sunning terrace, lush green space, concierge service and to seal the deal, a private dog park. The Wooster and Mercer is less than a mile from the Potomac River and surrounded by walkable community amenities including top restaurants, bars, shops, bakeries and a nearby farmer’s market.

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