The two luxury apartment buildings are set to open later this summer, according to a press release from Meridian Group.
The 32-stories-tall Rise has more than 400 apartments, while Bolden, which will sit atop the Whole Foods Market, offers 133 “boutique residences,” according to the press release.
Both Rise and Bolden include a fitness center, yoga studio, an entertainment kitchen and club and a pool with a lounging area. They share an elevated outdoor sky park with a theater and bar area, fire pits and lounges, according to the press release.
The apartments appear to start at $2,400 for ones with one bedroom and one bathroom.
Meridian teamed up with McLean-based management company KETTLER ahead of the pre-leasing announcement.
Images courtesy Meridian Group
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