Clarendon Center - Arlington, Virginia
 
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South Block Office Lobby

Last updated 12/10/2014
 

Clarendon Center is a new, landmark mixed-used development that encompasses nearly two city blocks in Arlington County, VA, one of the hottest residential and commercial submarkets in the Washington, DC area. The development contains two office buildings, one tower of rental apartments and ground floor retail, and has been designated LEED Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.

Clarendon Center is located directly across from the Clarendon Metro Station, in the heart of a bustling, urban live/work environment. Some of the area's most densely populated and affluent residential neighborhoods begin within two blocks of Clarendon Center, and surrounding the site are office buildings, restaurants and retail stores. Clarendon Center also benefits from direct access to and unobstructed visibility from the area's main thoroughfares connecting this close-in development to Washington, DC.

Retail Contact:
Walter Minerbi
P: 301.986.6116
F: 301.986.7759

Office Contact: Steve Corey
Office Website
P: 301.986.6295
F: 301.986.6079

Rental Apartments

LyonPlace.com
Contact: Ashley Naiman
P: 703.562.1602

Location:
South Block - Apartment Building
1200 N. Garfield Street
Arlington, VA 22201

South Block
3000-3034 Clarendon Blvd
1109 N. Highland St
1170-1210 N. Garfield St
Arlington, VA 22201

North Block
3000-3024 Wilson Blvd
3001-3035 Clarendon Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201

Size:
South Block
North Block
Apartments:
244 Units
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Office:
+/-76,000 RSF
+/-94,000 RSF
Retail:
+/-29,000 RSF
+/-13,000 RSF
Land Area:
1.54 AC
0.67 AC
Traffic:
Wilson Blvd:
Clarendon Blvd:
 
+/-10,300 ADT
+/-11,700 ADT
 
Demographics:
Population:


Average
Household
Income:



1 mile
3 miles
5 miles
1 mile
3 miles
5 miles


48,418
246,941
665,934
$130,293
$130,576
$124,957

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Transportation Information:
www.CommuterPage.com