Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Tuscany Condos in Alexandria Terminates Sales

Bozzuto’s Tuscany condo project in the Landmark section of Alexandria is shutting down its sales office to convert to rental units when the building is completed early next year. Maryland-based Bozzuto broke ground on the project and began sales on the 104-unit building in early 2006, but recently the project website was taken down and Bozzuto’s main office has confirmed that the project will now become a rental building. Locally, the company is still completing work on its project in Capitol Heights, MD, called the Addison at St. Paul, and has not yet completed sales on the Fedora, a condo at DC’s Meridian Hill Park which completed earlier this year.

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Anonymous said...

Sounds like the Chase project in Bethesda is also having problems. One of the two planned building conversions is not available for viewing by the sales office. Monument has previously cancelled two other conversion projects. But a possible cancellation in Bethesda is very surprising!


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