Rosslyn, located in the north eastern corner of Arlington County, is the last Virginia stop along the Orange and Blue Lines heading into Washington D.C.. It lies along the potomac river, directly across from Georgetown. Characterized as an “urban village”, Rosslyn’s business section is just as dense as the District. It holds many federal and corporate entities which attract the professional crowd, as well as some noteworthy hiking and biking trails for the more outdoorsy crowd. With the height restrictions in DC, Rosslyn has become known as Washington’s skyline.Explore Rosslyn
Only two stops from the nation’s capital along the Orange Line, Courthouse carries with it the appearance of being part of Washington D.C.. Being the seat of Arlington County’s government, Courthouse houses primary administrative buildings, hence the neighborhood’s name. The urban village consists of a combination of high-rise residential and business buildings mixed with the government buildings. Courthouse brings the Washingtonian experience, without being in Washington D.C.Explore Courthouse
The urban village of Clarendon located in the heart of the Orange Line corridor, compared to the other neighborhoods of Arlington, has a much more laid back, less business oriented, atmosphere. While there is a decent amount of nationally known businesses, Clarendon is known for its hip after-work bar scene and local, homegrown businesses.Explore Clarendon
Situated between Clarendon and Ballston, Virginia Square blends in several different elements of Arlington’s Orange Line. While Ballston brings the downtown feel to the area and Clarendon has a much more laid back feel, Virginia Square offers a mix of both. Residents enjoy a mixture of shops, restaurants, parks and nightlife that suit different lifestyles. No matter the lifestyle, all can agree that convenience is key when it comes to living in the area; most who work and live in Virginia Square can enjoy doing so without a car.Explore Virginia Square
Ballston is the last stop on the Orange Line Corridor in Arlington and it brings a very much downtown like feel to the area. Residents enjoy a mixture of shops, restaurants, parks and nightlife that suit different lifestyles. No matter the lifestyle, all can agree that convenience is key when it comes to living in the area; most who work and live in Ballston can enjoy doing so without a car.Explore Ballston
Dan Lesniak founded the Orange Line Living Brand in 2011 in order to provide clients with unique and highly specialized real estate services.
Since that time Dan has represented more buyers and sellers in Arlington’s popular Orange Line Corridor than any other real estate agent. In January 2013 Dan co-founded the City Smart Living team and it quickly became one of the area’s highest producing real estate teams with over 60 transactions totaling nearly $40 million in sales in the first 9 months.
In 2017, Dan released his first book, The HyperLocal HyperFast Real Estate Agent which became a best-seller. The book has helped thousands of real estate agents around the world learn ways to add more value to their clients.