In Early 2010, the old CVS moved from it’s former location to the new one in Clarendon across from Eventide on Clarendon Blvd, in order to make room for Garfield Park at Clarendon Village. Initially approved in June 2004, local residents may finally start to see construction.
The Washington Business Journal says the developer, Ironwood Realty Partners, was granted a $48M loan from Wells Fargo to begin construction in the next 3 weeks on the project. Garfield Park is expected to have the following makeup:
- 149 luxury apartments (141 apartments, 8 live/work units)
- 20,318 sq ft of retail space
- 2,256 sq ft of office space
- 295 underground parking spaces
- 3,725 sq ft of underground storage space
- Fitness Center with Locker Rooms
- Community Center
- Garden with Gazebo
- Courtyard Style Rooftop
Note: There are some discrepancies between Arlington’s site on the specs and the developers. The ones cited above are from Ironwood Realty Partner’s project description.
3 thoughts on “Garfield Park at Clarendon Village – New High Rise on The Way (Apartment Rentals)”
This is great news! I’ve been dreading the empty lot ever since its decent Thai restaurant vanished along with the CVS that was just a little closer to home. Looking forward to more retail options on the bottom floor (trusting that the developer fulfills its obligations to the County).
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