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Condo proposal remains work in progress in Vienna

For a fleeting moment Nov. 14, it looked as if a developer had scaled back a proposed residential-condominium project enough so it would pass muster with the Vienna Town Council. Two hours and a brief recess later, the Council allowed...

Developer gets to prioritize housing in Metro West project change

Residential units, along with interim park space and trails, will arrive ahead of planned office uses on a 9.76-acre portion of the Metro West development near the Vienna Metro station. Fairfax County supervisors on Nov. 1 granted applicants V Metro...

Vienna Council defers action of condo proposal

A proposal to build 14 two-unit condominium buildings on a narrow parcel at 127 to 133 Park St., N.E., has piqued the interest of Vienna Town Council members, but they unanimously agreed Oct. 24 to take bit more time...

Mason open house to focus on campus development in Arlington

George Mason University will hold an open house to discuss its new “Fuse” development project on the Arlington campus on Monday, Nov. 7 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Members of the development team will be on hand to discuss the...

Letter: Arlington leaders playing favorites with Langston Blvd. plan

Editor: Despite community feedback and concerns about the proposed development of Langston Boulevard, we remain extremely disappointed at the county government’s preliminary concept plan for Area 5, which incorporates the North Highlands and Lyon Village areas. We are proud residents...

MCA backs 48-unit townhouse development

The McLean Citizens Association (MCA) board of directors on June 1 approved a resolution supporting a proposal to build 48 townhouses and three small parks in East Tysons.  Toll Mid-Atlantic LP Co. Inc. has submitted a rezoning application to Fairfax...

MCA voices concern about more development in airport corridors

Seeing few benefits and numerous concerns, McLean Citizens Association (MCA) board members on May 4 went on record opposing a proposed Fairfax County comprehensive-plan amendment that would allow residential uses in higher-noise areas near local airports. The resolution came to...

Editor’s Notebook: Reduced to rubble (no Barneys were harmed, fortunately)

The fences are up and the crews are doing their jobs, starting to knock down the three-building complex at North Washington Street and East Broad Street in the heart of Falls Church. That would not necessarily be big news, as...

Upcoming forum to tout progress on Columbia Pike

The Columbia Pike Partnership will host its annual “Pike Progress Luncheon” in an online format on Thursday, April 21. The event “serves as a celebration of the economic progress of the Pike over the past few decades, as well as...

‘Holy inflation, Batman’: Fairfax development fees going up

Developers starting April 1 will need to pay an inflationary increase 7.5 percent toward a variety of road funds, Fairfax County supervisors unanimously agreed March 22. The cost increases, designed to keep pace with hikes to construction costs, is in...
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Newly selected economic-development czar is a neighbor

It’s another national search that ended up with a new department head coming from very close to home. Arlington County...
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