The subcommittees recently concluded their discussions on the key topics of parks, transportation, and building form and massing. View the new schedule for the Realize Rosslyn Planning Process. The new major milestones include: First draft of the Rosslyn Sector Plan Update released for public review (February 2015) Community Open House – public feedback on the draft […]
Last month, concurrent with the Building Heights and Massing subcommittee discussions, we met with the Executive Committee of the Rosslyn Business Improvement District (BID) to address BID members’ concerns. Below are comments and answers to address some of the concerns raised at the meeting. View the presentation. What we heard C: Why is the County prescribing […]
Final Phase: Subcommittees Wrapping up Discussions on Buildings, Transportation, Parks and Open Space
The three subcommittees are concluding their discussions on building heights and massing, transportation, parks and open space. The Transportation and Parks/Open Space subcommittees completed their work in October. The Building Form and Heights subcommittee is expected to finish up in December. Building Height + Massing The topic of building heights continues to be an important […]
Why Rosslyn? “The desire for urban living in the suburbs is drawing new residents — and new development — to this densely populated Arlington neighborhood just across Key Bridge from Georgetown,” writes the Washington Post.