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Jamieson Condos in Alexandria, VA

Jamieson Condos in Alexandria, VA

The Jamieson condominums, located in Old Town Alexandria above The Westin Alexandria, are just steps away from the King Street Metro station. Take advantage of access to The Westin hotel services like everyday chores to the convenience of having your visitors stay in a guest suite just a few floors below. This unique living opportunity lets you enjoy the Old Town experience of shops and nearby restaurants. Convenient access to I-95, I-495, I-395, GW Parkway, Reagan National Airport, and Washington, DC.

Van Metre Homes in Brambleton VA

Van Metre Homes in Brambleton VA

One of the award winning builders has developed a planned community in Brambleton, VA.  Van Metre homes is offering new homes surrounding the Brambleton Town Center which includes a mix of dining, shopping, and first class entertainment at Regal Fox Cinemas.  The family friendly community has 4 schools, 3 day care centers, pools, parks, ponds, […]

Clarendon Virginia

Clarendon VirginiaClarendon is a neighborhood in Arlington County, Virginia, located between the Rosslyn and Ballston areas. Clarendon was unsuccessfully proposed to become incorporated as a city in Arlington in the 1930’s. The main thoroughfares are Wilson Boulevard and Clarendon Boulevard. Clarendon’s street network configuration consists of 40-45 blocks resembling triangles rather than squares.

Clarendon today

Many people claim that Clarendon is an excellent example of smart growth and transit-oriented development. It has been speculated that the term “urban village” was coined in reference to the plans for modern Clarendon Virginia. Yet some residents argue that these terms conceal part of the story, as businesses serving residents’ needs (hardware store, drug store, dry cleaner, ice cream parlor, etc.) have been faced with displacement by high-rises and businesses luring people from outside the neighborhood. The Clarendon metro station is located on the Orange-line of the Metrorail system at Highland St and Wilson Blvd.

Clarendon hosts several local and County-wide events every year. Clarendon events include Arlington’s Neighborhood Day parade (held the 2nd Saturday in May), the Mardi Gras parade and Tax Blues Night. The largest event of the year, “Clarendon Day,” is held on a Saturday in mid-October and features four live music stages, local restaurant and coffee house booths, clothing, jewelry, antiques and collectibles sales, children’s games and rides, an ice-cream eating contest and other Clarendon traditions. Additionally, each spring Clarendon is host to the CSC Invitational, one of the largest one-day bicycle races in the US.

A farmer’s market at Clarendon’s Central Park is held Wednesday afternoons from Memorial Day until Labor Day and features organic produce, plants and herbs, baked goods, homemade soaps and other items sold.

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