One thing that everyone involved in the debate over the approval of the new $317 million City Center project in downtown Falls Church should agree on is the need for the project to involve first-rate architectural, landscaping and public art design.
The timing could not have been better. In the afterglow of completing the approval of the transformative $317 million City Center project, arts and culture leaders in the City of Falls Church reached out to the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce this week in hopes of forging a novel alliance.
Tuesday’s “Developer Showcase” presentation at the luncheon of the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce was veritably breathtaking. A full house watched five different developers put forth every new development project that’s now underway in the commercial zones of tiny Falls Church, and taken cumulatively, it was stunning.
Hunt Country Spring Antiques Fair, This Weekend, April 21-22, Barns at Morven Park, Leesburg, 10-5 Saturday, 11-4 Sunday.