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With plenty of places to shop, eat and explore, Ballston-Virginia Square is a real hit with singles and families, alike. Noted as a walkable, urban village, the neighborhood has a strong mix of residential and commercial offerings.

In fact, the Arlington County neighborhood offers a full range of home styles, from apartments and condos to some relatively more affordable single-family homes. This presents a number of options for buyers, whether you’re in need of a cozy home for one, or a larger home with enough room for a growing family.

It’s also a great place to live if you’re hoping to enjoy easy access to area entertainment and amenities. In fact, Ballston-Virginia Square is full of area shops and restaurants, with options on the menu ranging

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arlington va real estate

Arlington is widely known as a great place to live, with safe neighborhoods and top-notch public schools. While you may have already heard about some of its best attributes, it’s likely you’ll still come across some hidden gems when you take a closer look at some of its neighborhoods.

Bluemont

Arlington’s Bluemont neighborhood is full of bike trails, parks and tall trees. As one of the largest neighborhoods in Arlington, Bluemont has a diverse selection of homes at a somewhat more affordable price point.

While mostly consisting of single-family homes, there are some apartments and townhouses on the edge of the neighborhood. Yet another advantage of living in Bluemont is that many restaurants and retailers are within walking distance of the

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george mason university - virgina square

For a walkable, urban community, Virginia Square certainly fits the bill. While mostly residential, the neighborhood is also home to two college campuses, several unique businesses and area parks.

George Washington University and George Mason University are both located in the area, as is the large Arlington Arts Center. The location provides some gallery space as well as some working artist studios. The building, itself, also sits on the National Register of Historic Places.

You’ll additionally find the Arlington Public Library’s main branch in Virginia Square, plus an eclectic mix of unique restaurants and boutiques. Outdoor attractions include the Bon Air Memorial Rose Garden, particularly popular during the summer season, plus several area

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arc 3409 arlington va

One of the newest residential additions to the Virginia Square area of Arlington is now nearly 90-percent sold. Once a luxury hotel, ARC 3409 was recently converted over to condominium units, many complete with large terraces and expansive DC views. With contemporary features, including its steel and glass exterior and modernly appointed interiors, the eight-story building capitalizes on its impressive location and superb attention to detail.

With more than 80 units in all, the condos of ARC 3409 include open floor plans with some industrial-style design elements available to give the homes modern appeal. Ranging in size from 600 square feet to more than 2,000 square feet, each of the units features one- to three-bedrooms and up to 2.5 baths,

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Arlington, Virginia has been chosen as “America’s Most Walkable Suburb” and one of the best “Walk Friendly” communities by Prevention magazine and by the University of North Carolina’s Center for Pedestrian and Bicycle Information.  Arlington has great public transit as well as lots of sidewalks and trails.  Arlington’s quality of life is high; part of it is due to business and city leaders creating lively and walkable places that attract young adults, families and businesses to live in this close-in suburb.

Like Arlington, many cities across the U.S. are reinventing their cities to accommodate walkers to increase foot traffic over car traffic.  Walking improves personal health, fosters a sense of community, saves money and tames traffic.  While

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The ARC 3409 is the newest Virginia Square condominium development in Arlington located near Clarendon, and just 2 blocks from the Orange Line Metro.  While the building is expected to open in the fall, ARC 3409 will deliver 85 new high-rise luxury condos that will feature 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and Studio modern style condos.

The name of the building, ARC 3409 references its address 3409 Wilson Boulevard.  Formerly the AKA Virginia Square extended stay hotel, the building was purchased by Bethesda-based The Goldstar Group and has been rebranded as ARC 3409 to feature luxury condos.  Built in 2008, the structure of the building will not change since it was originally built to be condos; however, the developers are pouring $6 million into major renovations

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Virginia Square has a little bit of everything.  It is a residential neighborhood, a work destination with offices, and an educational and commercial hub with a little history as well.  Virginia Square is centered at the Virginia Square Metro Station on the Orange Line in Arlington, Virginia between Clarendon and Ballston.  It is located on the Wilson Boulevard-Clarendon Boulevard corridor, which was named one of 10 “Great Streets” in the U.S. by the American Planning Association.

The Virginia Square neighborhood is home to a Giant supermarket; a local restaurant called Mario’s Pizza---a neighborhood fixture since the 1950’s; an outdoor clothing and shoe store; the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), which opened a building across the street

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