A rendering of a section of The Court at Lyon Village
There’s been talk of change coming to the intersection of Lee Highway and North Veitch Street in Arlington (map) for awhile now. Earlier this year, TBD reported that a grocery store might be coming to the site of Bergmann’s Cleaning, but it turns out there is action happening on the opposite side of the street as well.
Northern Virginia developer Evergreene Homes is planning the Court at Lyon Village, three distinct blocks of three-story attached rowhomes that will sit on the southwest corner of the intersection. Delivery for the first of the 13 townhomes is expected in early 2012, Evergreene’s Rich Rudnicki told UrbanTurf.
Future site of The Court at Lyon Village. Courtesy of Nick Rossman.
Designed by W.C. Ralston Architects, the homes will have brick and stone exteriors, backyards and two-car garages. The development is split into blocks of three, four and six attached homes. Infrastructure work has begun on the first block of three homes, and construction should begin at the end of August. The timeline for construction on the other phases has not been determined.
Pricing is still being finalized, but Evergreene expects the homes will start in the high-$800,000s. Once prices are set, sales will begin in the first week of August, and Rudnicki told UrbanTurf that they anticipate having all 13 ready for occupancy and sold within 12 to 18 months.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_arlington_townhouses_to_deliver_in_early_2012/3812.
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