Research Virginia Square homes for sale and you'll find this an urban village with a small town feel. The architectural landscape of this area is not dominated by skyscrapers like several of its neighbors, and Virginia Square homeowners can enjoy the four parks that are within walking distance of the Virginia Square Metro Station. Virginia Square gets its name from the Virginia Square Shopping Center that anchors the area. This building is now home to a Giant supermarket. Virginia Square is perhaps the most unassuming of the five areas along the Orange Metro line, which also includes Ballston, Clarendon, Courthouse and Rosslyn.
Search the MLS for Virginia Square homes for sale and you'll see that there are several mixed-use developments that offer new apartments as well as several charming garden apartments. Virginia Square homebuyers can also peruse several older single family homes in addition to all the new builds. Over 1,400 new homes have been built in this area since 1999. Families making their home here benefit from Arlington Public Schools, which serves the area. Use the interactive map below to research the wonderful schools serving Virginia Square homeowners.
Older, locally-owned businesses are still serving this area, including Mario’s Pizza and Casual Adventure, an outdoor clothing store, both of which have been calling Virginia Square home for over 45 years. More recent development includes the opening of a Federal Deposit Insurance (FDIC) operation, which opened in 1991 and now employs over 500 people. The Arlington campus of George Mason University is located in Virginia Square. This facility underwent a major renovation the mid-90s. This campus houses GMU’s law school. Like its next door neighbor Ballston, Virginia Square also benefits from the devotion and support of the Ballston-Virginia Square Alliance, a public-private organization comprised of residents and businesses that promote the area.
Quincy Park, the largest of the four parks that are within walking distance of the Metro Station, is equipped with picnic tables, basketball courts and plenty of green space for weekend adventurers or weekday business men and women who need some fresh air. The Arlington Public Library is located in Virginia Square, which adds to its small town appeal.
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Ballston Common Mall
Metro: Virginia Square-GMU, Orange line
Metrobus Routes Serving Virginia Square
M 38B to Ballston
M 38B to Clarendon
M 38B to Court House
M 38B to 23AC to Crystal City
M 38B to Pentagon City
M 38B to Rosslyn
M 23AC, 10B to Shirlington
Arlington Transit (ART) Serving Virginia Square
A 41, 75 to Ballston
A 41 to Clarendon
A 41, 42, 75 to Columbia Pike
A 41 to Court House
A 53 Lee Highway
A 42 to Pentagon City
• Ballston-Virginia Square Civic Association