Welcome Home to The Aspen!
Residents of The Aspen enjoy modern living in sunlit apartments with iconic views of Washington, DC, complete with unbeatable amenities in each of our luxury homes.
Take your pick from spacious studio, 1, and 2 bedroom apartments, featuring floor to ceiling windows allowing for sweeping views of the lush neighborhood, Potomac River and beyond. Each home boasts large bedrooms, spacious closets, upgraded bathrooms, and spacious living/dining areas. Select units are home to wood flooring, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops.
The amazing amenities don't stop at your home, The Aspen houses a robust community complete with a sparkling outdoor swimming pool, fitness center with saunas, complimentary business center, free gated parking and free weekly shuttle service to Crystal City Metro.
We are ideally located in the popular Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, where you will benefit from the commuter-friendly location and the vibrant shops, restaurants, entertainment and amenities Del Ray and surrounding neighborhoods offer. Head towards DC to shop at The Shops at 2000 Penn, or grab a bite to eat at Bourbon Steak. You are only minutes away from some of the nation?s most historical monuments including The White House, Lincoln Memorial and a plethora of museums.
Come and live the way you have always wanted by scheduling a tour to find your new home at The Aspen today!
Lease terms vary between 3 and 14 months. Please inquire with property staff.
Staff is always friendly, responsive and professional. The overall building is clean, well-kept.
The building requires maintenance due to the fact that it's older.
Parking for disabled is bad unless you want to pay for a reserved spot. Neighbors are not the friendliest.
The intercom/call/Fob system has not worked in the entire 9 months that I have resided here which causes me to have to walk downstairs and escort guests up.
I feel the maintenance who lives on site and is "on call" charges for people being locked out of their homes. Noone locks themselves out on purpose and I'm sure if the fee went away there would not be an influx of people deciding to lock themselves out.