Tuesday, September 11, 2012
SFDC has added a second bus for the tour.
Spaces are still available for the Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation (SFDC) multi-family bus tour on Sept. 22. SFDC has added a second bus to the tour due to high demand for the tour. "After recieving more than 50 RSVPs for this event, SFDC has decided to add a second bus to meet the strong demand for this tour," read an email sent by SFDC on Monday. The free tour will take guests through the new The Beacon of Groveton apartments on Richmond Highway. The tour will also visit the Courts at Huntington Station and 800 Carlyle apartment buildings. The tour will take place on Sept. 22 from noon to 4 p.m. Lunch will be provided. RSVPs are due by Sept. 14. To RSVP, email David Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
The bus tour will visit the Beacon of Groveton, the Courts at Huntington Station, and 800 Carlyle.
Residents will have the opportunity to tour three new apartment developments in September during a bus tour led by the Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation (SFDC). The bus tour will showcase three new apartment developments that have opened in the area during the last three years, according to an SFDC press release. The tour will begin at the new The Beacon of Groveton apartments on Richmond Highway. The tour will also visit the Courts at Huntington Station and 800 Carlyle apartment buildings. SFDC Executive Director David Versel says the tour will show residents these new developments and during the tour, they will discuss why people are moving in to them. "Really, it’s showing people in the area what these apartment developments are…
Thursday, September 9, 2010
New luxury apartments available next to the Huntington Metro station
As one of America's top 10 recession-proof cities, Washington, D.C. continues to demand new housing, and Northern Virginia has space to spare. Next to the Huntington Metro, The Courts at Huntington Station have appeared as the newest all-inclusive place to live in the area. Featuring luxury studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, The Courts supply a growing area with multiple options for middle to high-end budgets. Look for prices from the $1400s to the $3300s. The first apartment units opened in May 2010, and The Courts had a grand opening ceremony to showcase their apartments to the public on June 12. Of the current 202 units, 109 have been leased, and another 219 will become available by Spring 2011. With the Washington Metro …