Brambleton Named a Top-Selling Master-Planned Community

Posted July 20, 2018

Urban townhomes, trendy single family homes, town center and schools set DC Metro neighborhood apart among national peers

The Brambleton Group announces today the community has been recognized as a top-selling master-planned community (MPC) by RCLCO Real Estate Advisors in the mid-year update for 2018. Ranking 35th among the Mid-Year 50, to receive this honor in the Washington Metro area, Brambleton attributes its success to the walkability of the community, its town center restaurants and attractions, best-in-class local schools, a state-of-the-art library which will open its doors to the community in Fall 2018 and popular residential urban amenities such as rooftop terraces and elevator townhomes.

“We are thrilled to be recognized among the top master-planned communities in the nation,” said Kim Adams, Director of Marketing, The Brambleton Group. “More and more homeowners are looking to live in communities that elevate their lifestyle and achieve a work/life balance. Brambleton continues to stand out as one of the most sought-after communities in the Mid-Atlantic, offering walkability, accessibility, town center attractions, a state-of-the-art new library, and trendy, urban style home designs.”

RCLCO conducts an annual national survey identifying the top-selling MPCs through a search of high-performing communities in each state. The Top 50 MPCs have shown strong home sales in the first half of 2018, with an increase of nearly seven percent compared to the first half of 2017. On average, communities on the list experienced roughly 16 percent growth in sales over the same time period in 2017. MPCs that achieved sales increases credit successful market segmentation—targeting various age, income and housing segments with appropriately priced and designed lifestyle amenities.

This national recognition comes on the heels of Brambleton’s “Best Residential Community” award by Posh Seven Magazine in the publication’s 2018 Best of Suburbia Survey.

To view the full mid-year RCLCO update report, visit