A Special Exception Entitlement application was submitted on February 4, 2019. After months of public review and revisions, the final development proposal was approved by the City Council on July 8, 2019. A Special Exception Site Plan will be submitted by the the developers in the near future and is subject to City review and approval.
The City will continue to coordinate with the Falls Church City Public Schools during the construction of the new George Mason High School. This development project is meant to complement the high school and middle school campus.
The City will plan to coordinate with the potential Virginia Tech and WMATA redevelopment which is located immediately adjacent to the development.
Approved Special Exception Entitlement Application (3rd Submission - June 3, 2019)
In the coming months, leading up to the formal submission in January, there will be public work sessions and Town Hall meetings to solicit public feedback and city guidance during the pre-submission and design phase. The developer will provide updates during these meetings on design development.
All meetings are open to the public, however, not all meetings allow for comments from the public. Please look for "Public Comment Opportunity" in the description below. Find past meeting information here.
More meeting announcements and public comment opportunities will be posted here.
Thursday, October 3, 2019 7 p.m. Community Center (Map)
Place Making Discussion with Select Boards and Commissions
(CATCH, Recreation and Parks Advisory Board,
Historic Commission, and Historic Architectural Review Board)