The Gallery at Rosslyn, 1800 N Oak Street, is nearing completion and has started accomodating residents. Here is the rental information as of February 22, 2003.
Gas, Electricity, and water/sewer are additional
Construction special: 2 months free rent on a 14 month lease, one free parking space for 14 months, free highspeed internet for 2003 for move-ins by March 15th. One month free rent and free highspeed internet for move-ins by April 1.
Fees and deposits
Application fee: $50
Reservation/security deposit: $300
Amenity rent: $350
Pets accepted: 35 lb limit/breed specific
Cats: $20/month, $300 non-refundable fee
Dogs: $40/month, $400 non-refundable fee
Parking: $25/month for first space, $100/month for second space. $100 monthly for tandem, reserved space.
Storage rental: $50/month
Further information may be obtained by calling 703-GALLERY, email email@example.com or from their web site at http://galleryrosslyn.com
This message was sent out by Rosslyn Renaissance. Quite a surprise!
From: "Cecilia Cassidy"
Date: Thu Apr 17, 2003 7:21:40 PM US/Eastern
Subject: Sale of Gallery at Rosslyn to George Washington University
Dear RR Board:
Before you read it in tomorrow morning's Washington Post, this is to let you know that the Gallery at Rosslyn is being sold to George Washington University for use as an alternate dormitory for upperclassmen. The 38 affordable units will remain, as per the site plan agreement.
I had heard this rumor only this week, and was called by a Post reporter late today. My comment to her was that we had not been aware of the sale. At 5:30 pm I put in a call to Marco Greenberg and Bob Donohoe at The Donohoe Company, but they had both left for the day.
Well, Happy Easter and Passover everybody. See you next Wednesday.
1911 N. Fort Myer Dr. RA-15
Arlington, VA 22209
Here are some current (May 19, 2003) details regarding The Gallery at Rosslyn provided by Michelle Priesner, a member of the Buzzoto property management team. Ms. Priesner lives at The Gallery.
71 units are currently rented. 200 are available for rent. The remaining 43 units will be completed by mid-July for a total of 314 units.
The affordable housing units are spread throughout the building and are not clumped together.
Tenants renting units must be able to demonstrate the ability to pay for the units themselves. So tenants must have sufficient direct income from employment, investments or trust fund income. Cosigned leases are not accepted.
As of May 19 the rental rates range from $1,380 for a studio apartment (479-625 sq ft) to $3,135 for a two bedroom with den (1.163 sq ft.) Eight different floor plans are available. At this time tenants moving in by June 30th are offered 2 months free rent and high speed internet service for the remainder of 2003 on selected floors.
Ms. Priesner has agreed to include a membership application for the North Rosslyn Civic Association in the welcoming packets for each resident of The Gallery.
[This message was edited by Paul Derby on May 19, 2003 at 03:06 PM.]