Located in the Southwest quadrant, the Carlyle, Alexandria neighborhood is the most contemporary neighborhood in Old Town. It is a mixed-use community, home to many high-rise residential complexes, office buildings (including the US Patent & Trademark office), a luxury hotel, and dining and retail establishments. John Carlyle Square Park is just one of the many open and green spaces in the community. This park is home to many summer outdoor movies, concerts, and pop-up shops. The nine-acre African-American Heritage Park is also in the area.
Served by the King Street and Eisenhower Metro stations on Metro’s Yellow and Blue lines. Carlyle residents can walk to many shops and restaurants, including Sweet Fire Donna’s, Whole Foods, Table Talk, and The Carlyle Club, a 1930’s style Art-Deco supper club offering weekly music performances.
Real estate options in Carlyle are primarily upscale condo and townhome developments with a range of luxury amenities such as concierge services, garage parking, and state-of-the-art exercise facilities. The main residential developments include Carlyle Towers, The Jamieson, and The Royalton. For more on these and other Old Town condo communities, click here.