The Falls Church Planning Commission was told at a work session in City Hall Monday that BJ’s Wholesale Warehouse is “on a fast track” to get its planned new F.C. location up and running on Wilson Blvd., and that’s why they’re being “very cooperative” with the City’s Planning Staff in […]
The global recession has translated into a steep nosedive in sales tax revenues, rather than declining residential real estate values, as the primary cause of a $1.2 million shortfall that confronts the City of Falls Church as it moves toward adoption of a budget for the new fiscal year.
Falls Church’s City Hall sent out a press release today stating that real estate assessments in the City of Falls Church were down 2.5% overall for 2009.
Concerts and Art in Cherry Hill Park (Next to City Hall on Park Ave., Falls Church). Start time is 7 p.m. Two more Thursday evening concerts remain in this summer series. Event is also free. Remember that the rain location is inside the Community Center (223 Little Falls St.).
As with all trends today, the Internet has proved an invaluable asset to the eco-friendly boom of green housing in the United States.
If some folks in the City of Falls Church don’t think there’s a market for new mixed use, predominantly residential projects here, consider the plans that are afoot just up the road in Tysons Corner.
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 […]
As expected, residential real estate assessments in the City of Falls Church, announced late yesterday, tanked this past year, down an average 5.5% for single family homes, and 6.5% for residential condominiums.
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.
As Kermit the Frog succinctly states, “It’s not easy being green.” In the development realm, it might not be easy, but it’s proving worth the effort.