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Arlington, Virginia, is home to a number of federal departments and agencies, including the Department of Defense, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), among others, because of its close proximity to Washington, DC, and the northern Virginia suburbs. Arlington is also the site of a number of national memorials and museums, such as the Marine Corps War Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, and the Pentagon Memorial. Known as a collection of urban villages, Arlington combines an optimal mix of commercial, residential and recreational opportunities as well as excellent public transit. Read more about Arlington real estate.
Built around four Metro Stations, Arlington County includes the Rosslyn, Courthouse, Clarendon, and Ballston neighborhoods. Rosslyn is the last stop before entering Washington, DC and features the largest skyscrapers in Arlington, including luxury condo developments such as the Turnberry Tower and Waterview. The Court House neighborhood is sometimes referred to as the county seat, given that the government administrative complex is there as well as a jail, courthouse and police HQ. Known for its eclectic mix of restaurants and trendy bars, the Clarendon neighborhood is also the location for the Whole Foods market at Clarendon Boulevard. Ballston is home to the Ballston Common Mall, as well as the Kettler Capitals Iceplex on the eight level of the parking garage – a conditioning center for the Washington Capitals as well as two full-size ice rinks for paid public use.
A highly walkable area, Arlington combines a diverse mix of starter homes, luxury town homes and condo developments, as well as rapidly evolving commercial corridors along Wilson Boulevard.
Arlington County is located in North Virginia directly across from Washington, DC and bordered by Fairfax County and the City of Falls Church to the southwest and Alexandria to the southeast.
A well-traveled roadway in Arlington County now has a new name and a new identity. Formerly called Lee Highway after Confederate General Robert E Lee, the Arlington County Board voted last summer to ... Read more about The Renaming of Langston Boulevard
There are plenty of reasons to fall in love with Arlington, but we’ve narrowed it down to five of the best. Dog-friendly To begin with, Arlington is dog friendly. Pet owners are ... Read more about Five Reasons to Love Arlington
When it comes to everything from jobs to nightlife, Arlington comes out on top. At least that’s according to a recent ranking of the ‘2018 Best Cities for Millennials in America’.... Read more about Arlington Top City for Millennials
Those sighs of satisfaction emanating from North Arlington are the sound of owners at Gaslight Square delighting in their new homes. Gaslight Square is a sleek condo development in Arlington, ... Read more about Why Gaslight Square Redefines Luxury Living in Arlington
Balancing Suburbia With Urban Conveniences Located on the western end of Arlington's Rosslyn-Ballston corridor, Ballston bridges two distinct areas of northern Virginia, effectively blending city ... Read more about Here's Why Ballston is an Urban Village