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New Apartment Complex Opening Soon in the West End

A new apartment complex is scheduled to open in the West End later this year, with a Harris Teeter and a Silver Diner location coming down the road.

Array at West Alex is a mixed-use development at 3445 Berkeley Street — the very northwest tip of the city at the intersection of N. Beauregard Street and King Street, near the Fairlington neighborhood.

There are 278 apartment units in the complex, ranging from studios (around 600 square feet) for $1,875 to two-bedroom units (around 1,400 square feet) starting at $2,665.

The project is scheduled to open to residents on Dec. 1, according to a press release. The development is part of a five-acre urban center, which includes a 62,000 square-foot Harris Teeter scheduled to open in early 2021. Silver Diner, a nail salon, and the Montessori school Higher Ground Education have all also signed leases at the complex.

A companion project — The Nexus, an affordable housing development from the Alexandria Housing Development Corporation at the corner of King and Beauregard — is also nearing the end of its construction timeline with leasing underway as of August. A rental form says the pre-leasing waitlist is now closed.

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