Arlington County Approves 306-Unit Verizon Redevelopment

  • October 21st 2019

by Nena Perry-Brown

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Rendering of proposed building. Click to enlarge.

A Crystal City site just got the green light for redevelopment.

On Saturday, the Arlington County Board unanimously approved a plan to develop a 19-story building on the one-acre Verizon site at 400 11th Street South (map). The building will deliver 306 residential units above 10,653 square feet of ground floor retail. There will also be 148 parking spaces across three below grade levels, as well as 123 residential and 18 retail bicycle spaces.

Rendering of residential entrance. Click to enlarge.

A dozen of the residential units will be committed as affordable for 30 years. Amenities will include a terrace on the 19th floor, and the developer will also make monetary contributions toward development of a park at South Eads Street and Army Navy Drive.

Rendering of retail entrance. Click to enlarge.

The LCOR-led development is one of a few recent residential projects in northern Virginia which added apartments since first being proposed in the wake of Amazon's impending arrival to the area. SK+I Architects is the designer of the project.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/arlington-county-board-approves-306-unit-verizon-redevelopment/16041.

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