Welcome to the new American Dream.
One with untraffic, unaggravation, unsuburbs, unboredom and a totally uncommon way of life. Ballston Quarter is a true urban village filled with people who want to live where they also work and play—people who want to live life to the fullest. Everything you need is just footsteps away. Located on the Metro four miles from DC, Ballston Quarter is a place where all of Arlington will come together to experience a life that’s as purposeful, thoughtful and true as you are. This is the new American Dream. And it’s happening right here in Ballston.
Located on the Metro four miles from Washington, DC, Ballston Quarter will energize you with experiences that feel authentic, local, real. Our goal: to create the next “it” place… a place where people will want to come together to create a life as unexpected, singular and true as they are.
Stores will be open through construction.
For a complete list visit Ballston Common Mall.
Ballston is home to members of DC Metro’s affluent and educated “creative class.” This group seeks specially curated, local experiences in dining, shopping, entertainment and life in general. They value fashion, health & fitness, education, stylish living and creativity.
Strong Demographics. Authentic Community.
|2019||1 mile||2 mile||5 mile|
|average HH income||$155,023||$144,786||$150,056|
|median home value||$771,691||$739,179||$775,516|
The Rosslyn-Ballston corridor has the highest concentration of 18-34-year-olds in the US.
It’s also for living. Here, single-family homes blend with high-rise apartments, condos and townhomes. Unique retail mixes with fine dining and fast casual. Sports venues, cultural institutions, country clubs, universities and innovative companies combine for an eclectic, full life.
By the time we’re finished, Ballston Quarter will have 400+ amazing apartment homes. Each will offer exceptional street access as well as clear views of Arlington and beyond. Leasing begins 2018.
Working here is about having talent, accessibility and all the conveniences right outside your door. Working where you live means you can put more life in your work. And you’ll be in great company. Accenture, Applied Predictive Technologies, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, E-Trade, Marymount University, the Office of Naval Research and Virginia Tech, (to name a few) are all located nearby.
Where Success Lives.
“As satisfied as we’ve been with our decision to locate our headquarters in Ballston, we can’t help but be excited about what the future will bring with the redevelopment of the Ballston Common Mall. Ballston will become the type of place preferred by companies like ours, focused on hiring and retaining the best and the brightest.” — Clark Maier, director of property and facilities management, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
“Marymount University is proud to be a Ballston original. We made the decision to remain in Ballston because it is truly a great place to live, work, play and learn. Marymount can’t wait to introduce its new Ballston campus and move forward with the rest of the neighborhood for years to come.” — Dr. Matthew Shank, Ph.D., president– Marymount University
Along with being a walkable urban village, our location at the top of the Rosslyn Ballston Corridor means you’ll arrive here without losing your soul in traffic. Ballston is just the right size—small enough to get around easily and feel familiar, but urban enough to be active day and night.
Arlington Chooses Architect for Ballston Bridge Redesign
March 2, 2016
Read more at: dc.curbed.com
Architect Chosen for ‘Landmark’ Ballston Metro Bridge
March 1, 2016
Read more at: arlnow.com
Locals Can Weigh In on Ballston Mall Bridge Redesign Tonight
February 9, 2016
Read more at: arlnow.com
The Vote is in on the Ballston Mall Redevelopment
November 17, 2015
Read more at: bizjournals.com
THE 10 BIGGEST DEVELOPMENTS IN THE R-B CORRIDOR PIPELINE
November 12, 2015
Read more at: bisnow.com