September 03, 2014
Members of the Thomas Jefferson Site Evaluation Group are being contacted now and will be formally appointed to the Working Group by the County Board at its September 16 work session.
July 24, 2014
The Arlington County Board will ask a broad-based working group to evaluate, together with County staff, the feasibility of adding an elementary school to the Thomas Jefferson site.
July 19, 2014
The Arlington County Board today approved a use permit that will transform the corner of 10th Street and North Highland Street by replacing two office buildings with a new five-story, mixed-use building offering rental apartments, live-work units, ground floor retail, and office space.
July 19, 2014
The Board today approved a plan by developer Vornado to convert a 1960s vacant office building in Crystal City to innovative residential apartments that will offer shared amenities and a unique floor-by-floor “neighborhood” culture. Vornado is creating the project in partnership with WeWork, a national company with co-working offices in major metropolitan areas across the country.
June 14, 2014
The Arlington County Board today approved a site plan for a new development that will transform an entire block in the heart of Rosslyn. The redevelopment will include two mixed-use, energy-efficient LEED Platinum and Silver certified buildings on the block of 1401 Wilson Boulevard and 1400 Key Boulevard.
June 11, 2014
The Congress for New Urbanism has awarded Arlington County’s Columbia Pike Initiative, designed to transform the Columbia Pike area to a walkable mixed-used main street, its 2014 “Best Corridor Plan.”
April 23, 2014
Officials from Arlington Public Schools (APS) and Arlington County today announced that APS has decided to retain its Wilson Boulevard property in western Rosslyn for possible redevelopment as a new secondary school. The Wilson property is part of the Western Rosslyn Area Planning Study (WRAPS).
April 12, 2014
The Arlington County Board today adopted the Rosslyn Plan Framework, an important foundation for developing the final Rosslyn Sector Plan Update. The framework lays out the vision and broad recommendations for how the community would like to see the area improve. It focuses on upgrades to parks and open spaces, transportation, improved urban design, and developing a new building heights policy. Its adoption is a key milestone in the long range Realize Rosslyn community planning process.
March 26, 2014
A new study of the Columbia Pike streetcar’s projected return on investment shows a multi-billion dollar benefit to Arlington and Fairfax Counties, far surpassing the project’s estimated capital cost.
March 15, 2014
The eight-story, 161-room hotel will be located on the northwest corner of Wilson Blvd and N. Adams Street. The building will have LEED Gold certification and also include a restaurant on the ground floor.