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Fairfax County

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Fairfax County, from most recent to least.

Rooftop Recreation and 745 Apartments: Potential Plans for a Tysons Corner

Rooftop Recreation and 745 Apartments: Potential Plans for a Tysons Corner

Nena Perry-Brown | April 6th 2020

If the Fairfax County Planning Commission resumes meetings this month, one of the developments on its agenda would deliver over a million square feet... read»

A First Look at the New Townhomes Now Selling at Liberty in Lorton

A First Look at the New Townhomes Now Selling at Liberty in Lorton

UrbanTurf Sponsor | October 22nd 2019

Brookfield Residential has begun sales on a collection of new three-level, garage townhomes at Liberty, a new urban village in Fairfax County.... read»

Fairfax Has Lowest Residential Vacancy in the Country

Fairfax Has Lowest Residential Vacancy in the Country

Mark Wellborn | September 21st 2011

The Washington Business Journal is reporting this morning that Fairfax, Va. has the lowest residential vacancy rate in the country at just 1.8 percent... read»

Fairfax's Mosaic District Gets Green Light

Fairfax's Mosaic District Gets Green Light

UrbanTurf Staff | July 28th 2011

On Tuesday, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the rezoning of part of Mosaic District to allow for the construction of 112 new luxury t... read»

Breakdown of the New Condo Market in the DC Metro, by City & County

Breakdown of the New Condo Market in the DC Metro, by City & County

Will Smith | February 9th 2010

The Year End 2009 Washington Metro Area Condominium Market Overview was recently released by real estate sales and marketing firm McWilliams|Ballard a... read»

In a Statistical Bake-Off, Fairfax Trumps Montgomery County

In a Statistical Bake-Off, Fairfax Trumps Montgomery County

Mark Wellborn | January 27th 2010

The Washington Post reported today on a comprehensive study of Fairfax County that was compiled by two Montgomery County government staffers over a pe... read»

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