This weekend, the Arlington County Board approved plans to redevelop the Harris Teeter grocery store at 600 North Glebe Road (map). The approved development will consist of three buildings with 732 apartments, a new Harris Teeter, and an additional 10,600 square feet of retail. Real Estate Group, LLC is the developer and the development was designed by DCS Design.
The park at the new development will include an activity lawn, outdoor movie area, dog park, climbing wall, and play areas for all age groups. The project will have 687 parking spaces, as well as 294 long-term bicycle spaces.
“It will transform an auto-oriented commercial area into a more walkable mixed-use neighborhood with a better balance of uses," Arlington County Board chair said of the new development. "In addition to the public open space, community benefits will include a $4.1 million contribution to affordable housing; new public street connections; improvements to the traffic signals at Randolph Street and Glebe Road, and the replacement of a large water main under Glebe Road.”
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/arlington-approves-plans-for-732-residences-and-a-new-harris-teeter/16153.
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