Shortly after developer Giuseppe Cecchi oversaw the construction of the Watergate, the first mixed-use building in Washington, D.C., he started his own company, IDI. Since then, IDI’s portfolio has grown to more than 14,000 condos in 28 different communities. This year, the company began two projects in Fairfax County, Virginia for the first time, which include the Paul VI redevelopment and the two-building development, The Enclave.
This Saturday, groundbreaking began for The Enclave’s first building, and already the building is 50 percent sold. The 80-unit condo building is located off Pickett Road next to the Army-Navy Country Club. The project will be constructed in two 40-unit phases with a completion slated for early 2018.
The units will range from one-, two-, to three-bedroom units with five different models. Prices will range from the upper $200,000s to the mid-$500,000s. Amenities will include a club room, fitness center, garage parking, and outdoor spaces featuring a fire pit and grilling area.
The Enclave was designed by Alexandria, Virginia-based Heffner Architects.