Courthouse West

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2636 Wilson Blvd

What's There Now

Courthouse West, located at 2636 Wilson Boulevard in Courthouse, encompasses an existing retail bank and a surface parking lot.

What's in the Works

The Courthouse West infill development plan will consist of a mix of for-rent housing options and neighborhood-serving retail. This retail space and housing will be linked by an activated landscape program featuring redesigned pedestrian spaces connecting the Clarendon and Courthouse Neighborhoods.

What's Happening Next

CRC Companies and Arlington County are currently engaging with the community to garner feedback on potential redevelopment plans. Please make your voice heard by participating in the public process and register to follow the project for ongoing updates as the project progresses. Additional community engagement announcements can be found below and to the right.


What's There Now

Courthouse West, located at 2636 Wilson Boulevard in Courthouse, encompasses an existing retail bank and a surface parking lot.

What's in the Works

The Courthouse West infill development plan will consist of a mix of for-rent housing options and neighborhood-serving retail. This retail space and housing will be linked by an activated landscape program featuring redesigned pedestrian spaces connecting the Clarendon and Courthouse Neighborhoods.

What's Happening Next

CRC Companies and Arlington County are currently engaging with the community to garner feedback on potential redevelopment plans. Please make your voice heard by participating in the public process and register to follow the project for ongoing updates as the project progresses. Additional community engagement announcements can be found below and to the right.


  • LRPC Meeting - May 16

    Arlington County will be hosting another virtual Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) meeting on Monday, May 16th at 7:00 pm. This meeting is a follow up from the last LRPC meeting held on January 26th regarding the Special GLUP Study process for the Courthouse West project and associated block. The Arlington County Staff leading the study will be presenting its recommendations at the meeting. There will be an opportunity for community members and other stakeholders to participate at the meeting. Please see the County’s Study Page below for the virtual meeting access link and materials to be presented. We hope to see you at the meeting!

    Special Land Use Study – Courthouse West – Official Website of Arlington County Virginia Government (arlingtonva.us)

  • LRPC Meeting - January 26

    Arlington County will be hosting a virtual Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) meeting tomorrow night, January 26th at 7:00pm. This meeting is the next step in the GLUP Study process that commenced late last year. The Arlington County Staff leading the study will be presenting the results of the survey completed earlier this month with the opportunity for community members and the LRPC to provide commentary and feedback. Please see the County's Study Page below for the virtual meeting access link and materials to be presented. We hope to see you there!

    https://www.arlingtonva.us/Government/Projects/Plans-Studies/General-Land-Use-Plan/Studies/Courthouse-West

  • Provide Feedback by January 9th!

    The Courthouse West team is thrilled to report that the Arlington County-led General Land Use Plan (GLUP) study process formally kicked off with the posting of the study Scoping Document earlier this fall. The community now has the opportunity to participate in the process through a virtual public engagement session lasting through January 9th – please review the additional information below and be sure to respond via the official County Online Feedback Form. We hope you participate and let your ideas inform this exciting process.

    If you have questions about the County-led Special GLUP Study process, please contact Tim Murphy via email at tmurphy@arlingtonva.us.

    For additional information on the Courthouse West Project, please contact the project team or ask a question on this engagement platform.

    Best Wishes,

    The Courthouse West Team


    Special GLUP Study Materials and Survey Link

    Arlington County Planning Staff GLUP Study materials:

    County Feedback Survey - comments by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, January 9, 2022:


    Note from the Project Team

    Special “Thanks” to Arlington County Planning staff members who have done an excellent job reviewing and analyzing the existing planning documents and guiding principles related to the Courthouse West site. Using this information, in conjunction with more recent feedback and input from the community and County’s Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC), County Staff has provided 3 exciting conceptual massing scenarios for the project which can be found in their County Engagement Session Presentation. Staff’s concepts range in height from 6 stories to 17 stories and generally taper higher from West to East and South to North. We understand that the most desirable outcome may be a massing that is taller, shorter, or in between what has been shown and we hope you will communicate your thoughts on this platform and via the County Online Feedback Form.

    As background, The Courthouse West Project team’s official GLUP Study Application, first submitted in May 2019, features a conceptual massing with a maximum height of 14 stories that we believe also achieves a similar balanced tapering across the site. We’ve posted the original GLUP Study Application and some additional Supplemental Information in the "Document Library" found in the right margin, with the goal of providing contextual views which consider the potential future build out of the neighboring blocks alongside our original massing.


    About the Courthouse West GLUP Study

    The Courthouse West Special General Land Use Plan (GLUP) Study is an Arlington County-Led process that seeks to evaluate which GLUP designation or designations are most appropriate for this study area. This process may result in a change to the GLUP which enables the redevelopment of the largely surface parking lots into a mixed-use project. Specific details of any future project including the building layout, public benefits, infrastructure improvements, and many other site specific features will be further defined in the site plan review process following the completion of the GLUP Study.

    The GLUP Study process will be conducted through the Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) of the Planning Commission. Throughout the process there will be multiple opportunities for community input. Learn more at the County’s study website.

  • Welcome to Our Community Engagement Portal!

    Welcome to CourthouseWest.com!


    At CRC Companies, we take pride in meaningful community engagement throughout our development process. As an Arlington-based company with team members that are local residents and nearby neighbors to Courthouse West, we are dedicated to fostering meaningful dialogue with all stakeholders. This new community engagement platform is designed to complement our traditional means of outreach, because we want to connect with you even if you can't make it to a weeknight community meeting.

    CourthouseWest.com will be official information hub for everything related to Courthouse West. Be sure to utilize all the available tools to stay up to date and ensure your point of view is being heard:

    • Project News – Stay up to date with the latest news and information directly from the Project Team.
    • Share Your Ideas – Submit your own creative ideas on multiple aspects of the project.
    • Ask a Question – Ask a Project Team Member about anything Courthouse West - answers to popular questions will help create a useful FAQ page.
    • Provide Input – Respond to surveys and questionnaires on topics ranging from parking to open space.

    Please be sure to register to receive automatic updates about our exciting new project.

    We look forward to creating a unique community development together!


    - Courthouse West Project Team


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