There are plans afoot to tear down two office buildings and replace them with what you see above for people to live in, work at, and park under. Let's face it, Rosslyn's nightlife is lame and once the Gateway is complete there will be much more activity on the ground level for the residents of the new 273 units to take part in. All those utilitarian lunchtime delis will have to diversify into something trendy if they want to hold on to their real estate. JBG is the developer and they will work with the architects of Kohn Pederson Fox to get the job done.
· Arlington County Board Approves 1-million Sq. Ft. Mixed-Use Rosslyn Redevelopment Project [ArlingtonCounty]