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Developer of The Wharf Pitches 500-Unit Development Near Ballston Metro
The developer of The Wharf in DC has big plans in Northern Virginia.
Hoffman & Associates and partner Snell Properties have filed an application with Arlington County to replace the office and hotel buildings at 4600 and 4610 Fairfax Drive (map) with a 504-unit development across two buildings.
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The project will be split across a seven-story building with 475 apartments and a four-story-plus-penthouse building delivering 29 townhouse-style units. Per the application, zoning respectively allows a 16-story building and a 35 foot-tall building on these sites. hord coplan macht is the architect.
The majority of the apartments will be one-bedrooms, and all of the townhouse units will be four-bedrooms. There will also be 423 vehicular parking spaces and 204 resident bicycle spaces in a shared garage, and the north building will have a pool in an interior courtyard on the ground floor.
The developers hope to break ground in 2024. Additional renderings are below.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/developer-of-the-wharf-proposed-near-ballston-metro/18993.
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