Watergate at Landmark

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Built in 1975, Watergate at Landmark is a gated community with 24hr security, comprise of 4 buildings with interconnected underground tunnels thru underground garages.  Suttle bus goes to and from Kings Street Metro Station, as well as various shopping centers see schedule here.

Amenities includes indoor and outdoor swimming pool, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, fitness center, basket ball court, volleyball court, racquetball court, just to name a few, click here for a complete list.

Building 1-3 each have 10 different floor plans (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, and K); Building 4 has 7 different floor plans (E, F, G, H, J, K, and L)

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Alexandria Living Magazine - Alexandria, VA News, Events and Information


Alexandria and Fairfax County seem to be holding the line, so far.
Black residents are just 9.4 percent of Fairfax County's population, but account for nearly 40 percent of arrests.
New litters of kittens are ready for adoption each week.
Renaming the high school will take at least a year to allow time for research, community input and more.
Nothing will keep Alexandria from celebrating its birthday...
The cafe owner was attacked by a man after he was asked to wear a mask.
Alexandria Wegmans was one of just a dozen nationwide with an in-store restaurant.
Gelato, empanadas on the menu at new cafe in Del Ray.
A shift from the original plans resulted in a major upgrade to the this home.
CBD can promote healthy relief from sleepless nights and more.
Parents will likely be choosing between a hybrid 'in-person and virtual' model or virtual education this school year.
The Bandalong Litter Trap is collecting trash and helping protect the Potomac Watershed.
Capitol Snow Shaved Ice's 'snoballs' are a hot item.
Volunteer Alexandria has a variety of safe volunteer opportunities for youth this summer (and all year).
Alexandria's tourism organization is changing the way it promotes Alexandria in response to the global pandemic.
Local bookshop Old Town Books flipped to a new chapter in light of coronavirus restrictions.
In-person animal meet-and-greets resume at the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria by appointment.
You can get away from it all safely — here's how to prepare and where to go.
This rowhome at 214 Prince Street lives well for today's lifestyle.
The famous music venue will start hosting concerts and serving food again.
The Double Apple Lounge is opening this Tuesday.
Carlyle neighborhood market will open in August.
Alexandria's mall loses its last store. Closing sales start now.
Restaurants turned to take-out, delivery and groceries this spring, supporting the community and each others' businesses.
About 300 residences and a large parking garage are replacing an old office building in Alexandria's West End.
The building at 4850 Mark Center Drive would house the Health Department and the Department of Community and Health Services.
Virginia is not seeing the increase in coronavirus cases that other states are seeing — here's why.
This is how Alexandria's economic recovery from the global pandemic could unfold, and what may happen by year's end.
Zero-waste and bulk grocer opened during the shutdown, offering healthy products for earth and body.
This children’s art studio transformed its business model just a few days after its grand opening.