Future Town Center at MetroWest

Town Center Building 10, Northwest Perspective. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

The future town center at MetroWest encompasses approximately 10 acres of land steps from the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metro Station (Orange Line) in Fairfax, Virginia. It is currently approved for up to 900 residential units, 300,000 square feet of office, and at least 55,000 square feet of retail.


Exciting Changes Coming to MetroWest

CRC Companies, a national real estate company with local roots dating back more than 25 years, is eager to announce that the future town center is nearing the final stages of approvals with Fairfax County. Specifically, we worked collaboratively with the County to finalize administrative approvals for the future town center's two southernmost parcels, known as Buildings 6 and 10. Since these are approved, CRC can submit the final site plan for approval and process building permits.

Town Center at Full Buildout (note: central traffic circle has been removed). Image is preliminary and subject to change.


Highly Connected and Built for the Neighborhood

The future town center at MetroWest will offer comfortable, enduring, and artfully crafted experiences with a mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented plan designed for connecting neighbors to the community and to each other. Initial development of the town center will begin with Buildings 6 and 10: mixed-use, multifamily buildings designed to include more than 550 rental apartment homes and approximately 14,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail.


Town Center Building 6, Southeast Perspective. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

Town Center Building 10, Southwest Perspective. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

Neighborhood Charm in a Convenient Location

The 57-acre MetroWest development is situated directly south of the Vienna-Fairfax Metro Station, adjacent to Interstate 66 in Fairfax County, Virginia. The project is accessible from Nutley Road to the east and Lee Highway south of the site. The future town center is located on the 10 acres closest to the Metro Station, bordered by Saintsbury Drive to the north, Bleeker Street to the east, Sprague Avenue to the south, and The Providence Fairfax to the west. When complete, MetroWest may include up to 2,248 residences, 100,000 square feet of retail, and 300,000 square feet of office, institutional, and government uses - all quintessential elements for neighborhoods of enduring value.

MetroWest District Map. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

Town Center Building 10, Northwest Perspective. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

The future town center at MetroWest encompasses approximately 10 acres of land steps from the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metro Station (Orange Line) in Fairfax, Virginia. It is currently approved for up to 900 residential units, 300,000 square feet of office, and at least 55,000 square feet of retail.


Exciting Changes Coming to MetroWest

CRC Companies, a national real estate company with local roots dating back more than 25 years, is eager to announce that the future town center is nearing the final stages of approvals with Fairfax County. Specifically, we worked collaboratively with the County to finalize administrative approvals for the future town center's two southernmost parcels, known as Buildings 6 and 10. Since these are approved, CRC can submit the final site plan for approval and process building permits.

Town Center at Full Buildout (note: central traffic circle has been removed). Image is preliminary and subject to change.


Highly Connected and Built for the Neighborhood

The future town center at MetroWest will offer comfortable, enduring, and artfully crafted experiences with a mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented plan designed for connecting neighbors to the community and to each other. Initial development of the town center will begin with Buildings 6 and 10: mixed-use, multifamily buildings designed to include more than 550 rental apartment homes and approximately 14,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail.


Town Center Building 6, Southeast Perspective. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

Town Center Building 10, Southwest Perspective. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

Neighborhood Charm in a Convenient Location

The 57-acre MetroWest development is situated directly south of the Vienna-Fairfax Metro Station, adjacent to Interstate 66 in Fairfax County, Virginia. The project is accessible from Nutley Road to the east and Lee Highway south of the site. The future town center is located on the 10 acres closest to the Metro Station, bordered by Saintsbury Drive to the north, Bleeker Street to the east, Sprague Avenue to the south, and The Providence Fairfax to the west. When complete, MetroWest may include up to 2,248 residences, 100,000 square feet of retail, and 300,000 square feet of office, institutional, and government uses - all quintessential elements for neighborhoods of enduring value.

MetroWest District Map. Image is preliminary and subject to change.

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Page last updated: 18 Oct 2022, 12:16 PM