Once again two of Virginia’s elite communities placed in the Top 50 for Bloomberg’s 2019 Richest Places ranking. Great Falls came in at No. 16 with an average household income of $309,599 followed by McLean at No. 25 with $283, ...Read More
Crystal City is an urban village of Arlington, Virginia, that provides a true live, shop, work, play model, conveniently located near the public transit system. Crystal City combines residential high-rises, boutiques, shops, cafes and other eateries centered around the Crystal City Metro Station in noe glass and crystal complex. The community is unique in that all the main structures are linked by an extensive underground system of corridors and walkways. Crystal City is home to a number of conveniences such as banks, pharmacies, doctor and dentist offices as well as a post office and supermarket so that residents don’t have to go far to take care of errands or brave adverse weather conditions.
The housing stock largely consists of high-rises with Crystal Gateway, Crystal Towers, and The Waterford as several of the more well known complexes.
Located in south Arlington County, Crystal City is bounded by 12th Street to the north, 27th Street to the south, Jefferson Davis Highway (US 1) to the west and Crystal Drive to the east. It is minutes to Reagan National Airport, Rt. 66, and 395 and served by the Crystal City Metro Station.