1001 N. Vermont St, Arlington, VA 22201

WestViewClosest Metrorail Station: Ballston

Year Built: 2005 condo conversion

Number of Units: 185

Sq. Ft. Range: 512 – 1022 sq. ft.

Price Range: $205,800 – $585,015

Pet Policy: with size restrictions


WestView was completely renovated in 2005. All areas of the building from the common areas, the hallways, the lobby, and the units were upgraded with luxury touches. Sixteen different floor plans are available. The building has contemporary look with red brick exterior.

Community Features

WestView offers residents spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom with den and 2 bedroom units. Luxury touches like maple kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and designer lighting packages offer convenience, comfort and style. Outdoor spaces for units at WestView include either patios, balconies, decks or porches.

Building Amenities

  • Fitness center
  • Rooftop pool and deck
  • Outdoor grilling area
  • High-tech business center
  • Traditional library
  • Bicycle storage
  • Underground parking


Located just two blocks from the Metro, WestView is close to shopping, dining, and nightlife. Ballston Common Mall is a short walk from WestView as are grocery stores, restaurants, bars, movie theater, banks, dry cleaners, pharmacies and more. Ballston is home to the Washington Capitals Kettler Iceplex, and visitors can watch the Capitals practice for free. Residents can also walk to nearby Quincy or Fields Parks. The Central Library is just a couple blocks away.

Accessing Arlington and DC from WestView

WestView is just two blocks from the Ballston Metro on the Orange and Silver Lines. With the building being bounded by N. Fairfax St., Wilson Blvd., Washington Blvd. and N. Glebe St., it is easy for commuters to get around Arlington, metro DC and Northern Virginia. I-66 and Hwy. 50 are just a few blocks away. Flat terrain and excellent bike lanes, make bicycling a good alternative mode of transportation.


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