Rosslyn brings a mix of luxury high rise condo buildings, stately townhomes, and eclectic, boutique condo buildings. The urban redevelopment of Rosslyn is bringing more “play” and “live” into the area as it makes strides into becoming a grown up version of Clarendon.
Rosslyn, a hub for the Orange and Blue Lines of the D.C. metro, has transformed into a vibrant meeting place for young professionals and families in Arlington. Offering diverse dining options, retail stores, and recreational trails, it caters to a wide demographic. Rosslyn boasts a lively nightlife scene with local bars, restaurants, and food trucks, providing alternatives to mainstream tourist spots. The area hosts annual film festivals, family-friendly events like the Jazz Festival, and landmarks such as the Iwo Jima Memorial and the Artisphere art center. Additionally, numerous walking, hiking, and biking trails connect Rosslyn to the greater Northern Virginia and D.C. areas, including the Custis Trail, Mount Vernon Trail, Potomac Heritage Trail, and Capital Crescent Trail.
Rosslyn stands out as an ideal choice for individuals seeking excellent transit and transportation options. Situated at the convergence of major roads in Northern Virginia, including Interstate 66, Route 29, Route 50, and the George Washington Memorial Parkway, Rosslyn offers unparalleled access to different parts of the District. The area boasts bicycle-friendly amenities, such as metro station bike parking and on-street bicycle parking locations, giving bikers an advantage. Rosslyn benefits from an extensive transit network, serving as a hub for the Blue and Orange metro lines, fourteen Metrobus routes, shuttles to Georgetown, and a direct bus line connecting Rosslyn to Georgetown and Dupont Circle. This accessibility makes Rosslyn a preferred choice for Northern Virginians looking to avoid traffic congestion.