After nearly two years of construction, one of the tallest buildings in Rosslyn, Virginia is opening to apartment dwellers today.
Sited at 1800 North Lynn Street (map), Central Place is a 31-story, one million square-foot mixed-use development adjacent to the Rosslyn Metro station, containing 377 apartments alongside a 30-story office tower.
The project, a joint venture between JBG and the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio and designed by Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners, also contains a 17,000 square-foot public plaza that can host community events and provides a pedestrian walkway between North Lynn and North Moore Streets. The plaza is framed by ground-floor retail and fast-casual restaurants. An observation deck offers unobstructed views of the National Mall.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/central_place_one_of_novas_tallest_buildings_opens_to_residents_today/12111.
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