Tri Pointe Homes, Inc., one of the largest homebuilders in the U.S., wil hold the grand opening of two new townhome communities in Alexandria. Eisenhower Pointe will open in the West End neighborhood on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024. Del Ray Corner will open in the Del Ray neighborhood in March 2024. These new community openings will mark Tri Pointe Homes’ first developments in the City of Alexandria.
“There’s a huge demand for homes in the city, and we look forward to offering thoughtfully designed townhomes … in these popular neighborhoods,” says Brad Blank, president of Tri Pointe Homes DC Metro Division.
With limited housing available in the area, these new communities offer a rare opportunity to live in a new construction home in the heart of the city.
Located in Alexandria’s West End neighborhood, Eisenhower Pointe offers luxury four-story townhomes, two-car garages and rooftop terraces. The Cameron collection features two floorplans ranging from 1,917 to 2,705 square feet of living space, two to four bedrooms and up to four-and-a-half baths. The starting base price for the Cameron collection is $749,900.
Eisenhower Pointe also introduces the smartly designed Hensley collection of townhomes featuring two floorplans ranging from 1,950 to 2,327 square feet, three to four bedrooms and up to three-and-a-half baths. This collection of homes maximizes interior space through architecture that creatively connects the townhome’s interior walls. The starting base price for the Hensley collection is $689,900.
Del Ray Corner at Oakville offers the rare opportunity to buy new construction in the popular Del Ray neighborhood where “Where Main Street Still Exists.” The community features three flexible, four-story home designs featuring rooftop terraces and two-car garages surrounded by the conveniences of Potomac Yards and the charm of Del Ray. These townhomes range from 1,937 to 2,682 square feet of living space with three to four bedrooms and up to three-and-a-half bathrooms. The starting price for homes at Del Ray at Oakville is $889,900.
Local Alexandria-based firm Rust Orling created the architecture for both communities. The model home interiors showcase the talent of design expert, author, and Emmy award-winning TV host Bobby Berk of Queer Eye.