The Quarterly Development Tracking Report summarizes residential and commercial development activity and trends in Arlington. Information in these reports is generated from County staff reports, County Board minutes and data on Certificate of Occupancy (CO) permits, building permits and demolitions permits.
Highlights from this quarter’s report:
- 443 residential units were completed, 397 of which were from multi-family or mixed-use projects including Trafalgar Flats, Orgin: Ballston Quarter
Residential, and Cherry Hill Apartments.
- The County Board approved two special exception redevelopment projects at 1501 Arlington Blvd. and 1122 N. Kirkwood Rd. These projects will add
160 hotel rooms and 303 residential units to the County.
- The County Board approved a special exception use permit for the adaptive reuse of the Education Center, converting administrative space to 500-600
new high school seats at Washington-Liberty High School.
- Construction started at 2000 Clarendon Blvd., a residential and retail project creating 90 residential units and 1,921 square feet of retail space, and
the Central District Retail Phase I in Crystal City, a project creating 84,000 square feet of retail including a movie theater and potential grocery store.
Past Development Tracking Reports