This is a promoted post from McWilliams|Ballard, developer of Herndon’s new Junction Square residences.
By Buzz McClain
The transformation of downtown historic Herndon has begun in earnest. You can see it on every corner as you pass by the familiar vintage sights that are suddenly mixing with the new. There’s an energy that comes with the confidence of an assured, successful future, and Herndon has it.
While the accessible, small town feel of the ancient crossroads will remain, redevelopment and improvement is underway ahead of a guaranteed game-changer: The arrival of the continuation of Metro’s Silver Line.
What better time to explore new housing options than before the true rush — and inevitable higher prices — begins?
Junction Square, located at the central intersection of Elden and Monroe streets, is well underway and open for business with an on-site sales office by appointment. (Delivery is expected in November.)
“Junction Square is a community of 20 townhomes, featuring a variety of layouts with either three or four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths with two-car garages,” says Joe Serafin, Vice President and sales manager for McWilliams|Ballard. “What distinguishes these homes from the a typical resale is the forward thinking design with features like rooftop terraces and bonus lofts that really give a design element not available at any other community”.
Serafin states there are three finish packages to choose from, as well as a number of upgrades and customization options like brick accent walls, gas grills and garage storage systems just to name a few. Select homes will even include private home elevators making getting the groceries from the garage to the kitchen a breeze.
As for the immediate community, in addition to the continuingly improving Herndon central retail district walking distance away, the W&OD Trail is right out the door, as are a number of street-level retail establishments incorporated in the development.
Photos courtesy Junction Square
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