This community in Arlington, with its own Metro station, is conveniently located within minutes of Washington D.C.
With the Rosslyn-Ballston Metro corridor nearby, you can stay connected to all of the happenings in the area, from sporting events to cultural showcases. In fact, Virginia Square is considered to be the cultural and educational hub of Arlington County, because it has Arlington's central library branch and the newly rebuilt Washington-Lee High School. Washington-Lee boasts ameneties that are not exclusive to students, but rather all Arlington residents, like the new state-of-the-art swimming pool and turf field.
Virginia Square is home to some of the area’s top new residential developments, including the Gallery at Virginia Square and Ballston Place at Lexington Park. With the Arlington campuses of both George Mason and George Washington Universities, the community encompasses the energy and feel of am urban college town with the convenience of a booming cultural center.
Homes in Virginia Sqaure range from single family bungalow homes to the large highrises across the street from the Metro station.
As of 2010, the area houses about 7,670 residents and 3,700 households. Virginia Square has a variety of nearby hotels, shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities, including top-rated restaurants such as Caribbean Breeze and El Pollo Rico. Virginia Square, a large shopping center in the middle of the community, from which the neighborhood’s name is derived, contains a Giant Supermarket, as well as shops ranging from small “mom and pop” shops to well-known national chains.
With everything from restaurants to shops and metro stations within convenient walking distance, the booming urban village of Virginia Square just may have a bit of everything for everyone!
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