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Located just south of Washington DC, across the Potomac, is Arlington, Virginia. Arlington offers everything from the vibrant, urban city lifestyle preferred by many young professionals to the quiet, tree-lined neighborhoods of single family homes. Even if you don’t live in the “middle of the action”, you’re never far from the countless options for dining and entertainment. No matter what your lifestyle, you’ll be able to find someplace in Arlington that feels like home.

Living in Arlington

Located just south of Washington DC, across the Potomac, is Arlington, Virginia. Arlington offers everything from the vibrant, urban city lifestyle preferred by many young professionals to the quiet, tree-lined neighborhoods of single family homes. Even if you don’t live in the “middle of the action”, you’re never far from the countless options for dining and entertainment. No matter what your lifestyle, you’ll be able to find someplace in Arlington that feels like home.

Arlington offers the entire spectrum of potential housing options and lifestyles to choose from. Everything from condos converted from old Army barracks and small pre-war homes with loads of character, to modern luxury high-rise condos and multi-million dollar mansions - there’s something for everyone.

Arlington’s best known “urban villages” include Rosslyn, Courthouse, Clarendon, Virginia Square and Ballston which are all positioned along the orange Metro line. While there are diverse housing options in these areas, they’re dominated by mid and high-rise condos mixed in among restaurant and retail storefronts as well as centers of business. Many local residents in these areas choose to be here so they’re close to the vibrant street scene and nightlife, while still having a quick commute to DC in just a few Metro stops.

Shirlington is the smallest “urban village” but still offers a variety of dining and entertainment to choose from in it’s attractive town center. The tree lined main street and brick paved walkways, coupled with the many outdoor eateries, lend an almost European-style feel to the area.

Crystal City is the other well known “urban village” on the southern side of I-395 bordering Alexandria City. Crystal City has a mix of residential options while also being home to many Federal agencies plus Reagan National Airport. Most recently, this area has been in the news as the new home for Amazon’s HQ2 and will be partly rebranded to “National Landing” since the campus will expand into Alexandria City as well.

Pentagon City sits between Crystal City and the Pentagon. This area is a robust business corridor and offers a multitude of various shopping and dining options. Two of the main attractions are the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City as well as Pentagon Row which offers a variety of outdoor eateries and a seasonal ice rink.

Arlington’s Columbia Pike corridor is perhaps the most unique area in Arlington due to all of the recent redevelopment. Quaint, 70+ year old single family homes sit just a block or two from brand new office buildings, condos, retail and restaurants. This area can offer residents the best of both worlds - small town charm that’s just a quick walk to local dining and businesses.

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