When you purchase a home at The Jefferson, you are buying in to a vibrant, active lifestyle with a slate of high-end amenities. Not only do our residents enjoy fine dining that rivals
When you purchase a home at The Jefferson, you are buying in to a vibrant, active lifestyle with a slate of high-end amenities. Not only do our residents enjoy fine dining that rivals the cuisine of local 5-star restaurants, but we have a tight-knit group of residents who enjoy weekly happy hours, lectures, and frequent trips to Washington D.C.’s cultural spots, such as the Kennedy Center, the National Harbor, and the Arena Stage. Also nearby, residents enjoy the community’s close proximity to the shops and dining at Market Common Clarendon and Ballston Quarter.
Among the many benefits of life at The Jefferson is the freedom of living independently in your own home, without the worries or challenges of maintenance. Our community was carefully designed to help you live as independently as possible, balanced with the peace of mind of knowing help is there should the need arise.
We would love to talk with you about what life is like at The Jefferson. Give us a call and set up a time to come in, take a tour, and meet with our team.
Prepare your favorite dishes and entertain family or friends in your own kitchen, or relax and enjoy our culinary team’s fresh, local creations. We offer lunch and dinner daily as well as a continental breakfast six days a week, with a highly-anticipated champagne brunch each Sunday.
In addition to restaurant-style dining, including resident favorites like surf and turf, our residents also look forward to special events like happy hour and wine and cheese tastings.
We promote a vibrant, enriching lifestyle with activity schedules planned according to resident input and interests--including favorites like weekly happy hour.
In addition to monthly in-house events, such as concerts, guest performances, and holiday celebrations, we frequently offer planned outings to explore Washington D.C.’s world-class museums, theaters, restaurants, and shopping venues, including the Smithsonian museums, Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, and National Harbor.