NVR Inc., which owns Ryan Homes and NVHomes, is proposing to redevelop the 1.69-acre site surrounding 6711 Lee Highway (map) with 27 three- and four-story townhouses.
The developer is requesting to re-zone the site to allow residential development. There is currently a three-story SunTrust Bank and surface parking at the location.
The townhouses will be constructed in clusters of four and five. Each townhouse will include a two-car garage at the rear; the project will also include 10 street parking spaces for visitors to the development. The Site Plan Review Committee will consider the plan at the end of the month.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/another_suntrust_bank_redevelopment_27_townhouses_planned_in_arlington/12761.
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