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"Wooster and Mercer offers authentic loft design coupled with the benefits of all-new construction. Dramatic living spaces, walls of windows, and every amenity is offered at this property making it a great choice for people who want space and style."

Jeff Wilson

Wooster and Mercer Lofts

The Wooster and Mercer Lofts in Arlington combine new construction with an old school feel. Abdo Development and Cunningham Quill Architects began with a seven-story brownstone factory-style façade and incorporated interior touches like 140 year-old bricks from the original Capital Children’s Museum building. Other features include massive industrial windows, exposed ductwork and dramatic floating iron stairs. All 87 residences are authentic lofts, with ceilings soaring as high as 21 feet.

Cooking spaces are an integral element in the open-space design, with honed granite counters, maple cabinets, Wolfe gas ranges and SubZero fridges. Baths feature oversized seamless showers and honed marble double vanities. Penthouse units also come with upstairs family rooms leading out to private rooftop terraces. All residents get to enjoy a remarkable array of amenities, such as a central courtyard, swimming pool, fitness center, club room, concierge service and a private dog park.  

Modern Loft Living at Wooster and Mercer

  • Newly constructed buildings true in form to the loft concept creating dramatic and open living spaces
  • High quality construction for durability and sound-deadening qualities
  • Open floor plans with airy 10' ceilings
  • Dramatic two story ceilings with overlooks and floating staircases
  • Penthouses with glorious 21' tall spaces and private roof terraces
  • Massive floor-to-ceiling windows flood the units with natural light
  • Large courtyard with in-ground swimming pool and expansive sunning terrace
  • Staffed desk, fitness room and club room
  • Secure underground parking and bike storage
  • Professional grade kitchens and luxury baths with Waterworks fixtures
  • Condo fee includes high speed internet

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Getting Out and About from Wooster and Mercer

Wooster and Mercer Lofts are located between the Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro stations with Blue, Orange and Silver Lines. Other Metro stops along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor include Clarendon, Virginia Square-GMU and Ballston. There’s also a ready supply of Ubers, busses and bike-sharing. The Key Bridge in next-door Rosslyn leads across the Potomac to Georgetown, while roadways connect with the Beltway and the National Airport.

Living along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor

Residents at Wooster and Mercer find themselves in one of Washington Metro’s most popular places: the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor where history intersects with modern transit convenience and true walkability. Located at 1600 Clarendon, the structure is strolling distance to Rosslyn’s Potomac waterfront to the west, and Clarendon-Courthouse to the east. Gather groceries at Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, shop at the many upscale retailers and dine at a celebrated restaurant row that extends along the parallel Clarendon and Wilson Boulevards.

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Rosslyn: An Evolving Waterfront

Rosslyn was once known for its ferry to Georgetown, as well as wild and wooly gambling halls. A “corruption cleanup” campaign in the early 1900s led to greater residential development, while modern makeovers have focused on skyscrapers not bound by Washington D.C.’s height restrictions act. Today, Arlington planners are creating a more walk-friendly environment. Recently opened restaurants include CAVA, KOVI and an upcoming Sfoglina location from Fabio Trabocchi. There’s also faves like Barley Mac, Mele Bistro, Quinn’s on the Corner and the Continental Pool Lounge. Groceries can be gathered from Whole Foods while morning espressos are available at Central Coffee Bar and Jon’s Coffee. Residents have plenty of options outside their local waterfront haunts as well, whether it’s crossing Key Bridge to Georgetown or walking next-door to Courthouse and Clarendon for dining, shopping and entertainment galore.

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