Everything you’d expected from your upgraded lifestyle at Dwell Vienna Metro Apartments. Plus a little extra.
Check out our featured amenities (both inside the home and just outside the door) and don’t hesitate to reach out for more details.
Two blocks from the Vienna/Fairfax Metro Station
Yoga and stretching room
Landscaped resident courtyard with covered porticos
Direct access to Route 66
Minutes from Washington, DC, Tysons Corner and Arlington
Walkable location with central plaza for community events
Hub by Amazon: package lockers with 24/7 access to packages
Social and networking events
Virtual Moving Concierge: Complimentary address change, set up home services and digital moving announcements
In-home washer and dryer
Spacious walk-in closets
Stainless steel appliances
Granite kitchen and bathroom countertops
Custom stone tub
Programmable digital thermostats
$500 non-refundable fee per pet
(additional $100 fee for puppies and
kittens under 1 year of age, per pet)
$50/month for dogs
$50/month for cats
(per pet, 2 max allowed)
We welcome your domestic pet if it is a bird or fish with written approval from our on-site management team. No reptiles or exotic animals please. Fish tanks are not to exceed 55 gallons.
PET OVERVIEW: Dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens under 1 year old, are welcome at our community. All pet residents must have their health check and shots, and be spayed or neutered by 6 months of age. A signed animal addendum is required to be on file at our leasing office. Two (2) max pets allowed.
SUPPORT ANIMALS: If the animal is an emotional support animal, pet deposits are not necessary and breed restrictions do not apply. A signed letter that meets the company standards for a reasonable accommodation regarding emotional support animals from a qualified professional along with proof of current rabies shots and licenses (if legally applicable) is required.
SERVICE ANIMALS: If the animal is a service animal, pet deposits are not necessary and breed restrictions do not apply. If your disability and the work performed by the animal is not readily apparent, you may be asked to confirm that the service animal is required because of a disability and asked to describe the work or tasks the service animal is trained to perform. Proof of current rabies shots and licenses (if legally applicable) is required.