“Rosslyn, Courthouse, Clarendon and Ballston... four urban villages along the Metro through Arlington with the best mix of shopping, restaurants and convenience around. The views of DC from Rosslyn are postcard perfect.”
Discover Arlington, Virginia
Linked by the Metro as well as three bustling miles of the Wilson Boulevard Corridor, the Arlington neighborhoods of Rosslyn, Courthouse, Clarendon and Ballston offer residents some of the most spectacular views of DC and its landmarks from high-rise penthouse altitudes unrestrained by the District’s building height restrictions.
The Luxury Of Convenience In Rosslyn
Just minutes from downtown Washington and directly across the Key Bridge from Georgetown, Rosslyn streets are lined with sculpture and multiple arts venues including the Artisphere and the Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre.
Residents enjoy a variety of dining establishments including Guajillo, Barley Mac, Pho 75 and Mele Bistro. A multitude of luxury, loft and hotel style properties are found in Rosslyn including Turnberry Tower, The Waterview, Memorial Overlook, The Weslie, Atrium, Wooster and Mercer and Abdo’s latest entry, Gaslight Square. The Metro’s Rosslyn station provides easy access into the city.
Notable Neighborhood, Notable Neighbors In Courthouse
From Rosslyn, one stop west lies the neighborhood of Courthouse, named for the Arlington County courthouse located on Clarendon Boulevard and served by the Metro’s Courthouse station. Courthouse is conveninetly located between Rosslyn and Clarendon, the convenience sandwich! It is also home to Verizon. Restaurants in the area include Ray’s The Steaks, Me Jane, Chez Manelle and Fireworks Pizza. Standout properties in Courthouse include:
- The Park at Courthouse
- The Williamsburg
- Woodbury Heights
Have It All In Super Chic Clarendon
Next stop, Clarendon, the hip neighborhood bustling with small businesses, nightlife, shopping and dining – it’s ideal for living, working and playing with no car necessary.
Barnes & Noble, Crate & Barrel, Apple, The Container Store and Pottery Barn occupy The Market Common Clarendon shopping center. Other shopping attractions include Whole Foods, Lululemon Athletica, Free People and South Moon Under. For dining, there are many choices including Delhi Club, Eventide, Liberty Tavern, Tallula and Minh’s.
Condominium properties tend to be more mid-rise in Clarendon and include Station Square, Lexington Square, The Phoenix, The Berkley, The Hartford, Virginia Square and The Residences at Liberty Court.
At Your Doorstep Living In Ballston
Ballston sits at the western end of the Wilson Boulevard Corridor, and has a downtown vibe with major employers including:
- The National Science Foundation
- The Nature Conservancy
- Quest Diagnostics
- Marymount University
The four-level Ballston Common Mall features Macy's, dozens of fine stores, restaurants, a12-screen multiplex theater, a Sport & Health Club and the Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Hungry residents have no shortage of dining selections including Willow, El Pollo Rico and Pupatella. High rise residences have sprung up all around the area including Ballston 880, The Berkeley, Ballston Park, The Continental, and the Westview at Ballston Metro. The area is served by the Metro’s Ballston station.