Virginia Square

Virginia Square, nestled between Clarendon and Ballston, combines urban and relaxed vibes from neighboring areas. Residents relish diverse amenities like shops, restaurants, parks, and nightlife, catering to various lifestyles. The area prioritizes convenience, allowing most residents to work and live without a car.

Real Estate

The Virginia Square area is quite unique to Arlington. It features a mix of condos, townhomes, and single-family homes. Virginia Square is home to the Arlington Campus of George Mason University, housing its law school, graduate and continuing education programs and the fine arts gallery. Popular condo choices include Virginia Square, Tower Villa, the Berkeley, the Monroe and Lexington Square. A popular townhome choice is the Lynbrook community, situated just outside of Lyon Village between Clarendon and Virginia Square.

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Food and Entertainment

Virginia Square has plenty of food and nightlife options ranging from Mario’s Pizza, an establishment that has been open for over fifty years, to Mala Tang, a great place for Szechwan hot pot, to A-town, a very popular brunch spot.

There are several parks for outdoorsy residents, including Quincy Park and Lubber Park & Community Center. Curtis Trail access points are open in the village which leads to the Mount Vernon Trail, the Potomac Heritage Trail and the Capital Crescent Trail. For more educational activities, the area is home to the David M. Brown Planetarium, the Arlington Arts Center, and the Arlington Central Library.


The Virginia Square stops along the Orange line of the D.C. metro system allows for ease of access to all parts of Arlington and the District. The area is also serviced by the Metrobus and ART buses. Capital Bikeshare and several bicycle racks are located throughout Arlington county including Virginia Square.

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