Welcome to the Midtown Alexandria Realty Website.
As the on-site sales team at Midtown Alexandria Station for over six years and 20+ years of combined experience, Realtors Andria Garbis and Jamie Test are uniquely positioned to offer unparalleled real estate service to buyers and sellers at Midtown Alexandria Station. If you are considering buying or selling contact Andria Garbis and Jamie Test for a free consultation. The Midtown Alexandria Realty Team has sold more homes at Midtown Alexandria Station than any other agent since 2005.
Our expertise does not stop at Midtown Alexandria. Andria and Jamie’s experience ranges from selling new condominiums to townhouse and single-family homes in Northern Virginia, Washington, DC and Maryland. Don't hesitate to contact Andria and Jamie if you are considering buying, selling or leasing anywhere in the DC region. We are members of the Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS® and have access to information on every property. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or CALL US TODAY! Nobody knows Midtown Alexandria Station better.
About Midtown Alexandria Station
Located right on the Metro, Midtown Alexandria Station is a high-rise condominium built in 2007 and features 368 residences. The spacious floor plans offer you a home with the most space, the most amenities and the most convenience available in the DC area. Residences feature kitchens with Italian cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel GE Profile™ appliances. Amenities include an expansive swimming pool with spa and waterfall, fitness club, tiki bar, cyber café, residents’ clubroom and 24-hour front desk all directly across the street from the Huntington Metro (Yellow line). From your well-designed home to the large collection of community amenities to the shopping, dining and entertainment you'll find throughout Alexandria, Midtown lets you finally live the way you want. Midtown Alexandria Station is just minutes to Old Town, the US Patent & Trade Office and Fort Belvoir with easy access to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and the beltway.
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