Washington, D.C. — The Fairfax, Virginia, City Council has approved a rezoning application for Combined Properties’ Fairfax Circle Plaza. The project aims to redevelop the current strip retail center and replace it with a mixed-use development with up to 400 new apartments and 88,000 sq. ft. of retail including a grocery store.
The project is located at the intersection of two major routes just over a half mile from the Vienna, Virginia, Metro station.
The project team includes KTGY, the architect; Urban Engineering, the civil engineer; Land Design, the landscape architect; Gorove Slade, the traffic engineer; and Mark Looney of Cooley LLP, the land use counsel.
Combined Properties, Incorporated has a $1 billion portfolio comprised of 40 properties totaling five million sq. ft. and an additional $1 billion development pipeline in the Washington D.C., and Southern California metropolitan areas.