“Book Ends: The Book as Art,” at two separate venues with different closing dates.
New Amenities Added to Deal for BJs A traffic signal and streetscape on Wilson Blvd., upgraded storm water controls, landscaping and buffers, better erosion control during site infill, a wall for noise mitigation and screening the site from the neighborhood behind it, and an upgraded building façade have all been […]
More than 20 local businesses are participating in the John Jackson Blues Festival being hosted by the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation and the City of Falls Church Friday, June 13 through Sunday, June 15 at various locations around Falls Church. The community-wide event is also receiving support from a number […]
5 Clergy Speak Out for Affordable Housing in F.C. An outpouring of local clergy support for a plan to build 174 affordable housing units on land adjacent to the planned City Center in downtown Falls Church was exhibited at Monday’s F.C. City Council meeting. The proponents said they chose […]
Biggest Project in F.C. History Wins Unanimous OK The biggest development project ever seen, much less enabled by government re-zoning and special exceptions, in the City of Falls Church was approved unanimously by its City Council last Thursday night, paving the way for the Atlantic Realty Company to spend […]
Unanimous Vote Moves F.C. Plan Closer to Reality The ambitious Falls Church City Center project received a critical, unanimous thumbs-up from the City Council Monday. All six ordinances and resolutions were passed by 7-0 votes before a standing-room only audience in Council chambers at City Hall.
Almost in perfect tandem with the preliminary approval of the new City Center project in downtown Falls Church, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) met at George Mason High School last week and approved all the projects submitted by Falls Church for Phase One of the region’s massive transportation plan.
New Parking Deck Could Be Ready in Year After eight long years, it appears at last that the opening phases of the Falls Church City Center project is about to enter the fast track.
Reports Council Near Unanimous For Thumbs Up A light bulb went off in the head of Atlantic Realty’s Adam Shulman last week that has apparently provided a workable solution to key nagging concerns about the developer’s Falls Church City Center proposal.
Deadline Looms, But New Offers Keep Hope Alive A hastily-called meeting, calling together the Falls Church City Council, Planning Commission and Economic Development Authority behind closed doors at City Hall tonight, will mull some new elements added to Atlantic Realty’s City Center plan as the clock ticks toward a deadline […]