Seven Corners is a commercial center and census-designated place in Fairfax County. The population of Seven Corners is 9,255. Seven Corners has a “Falls Church” mailing address but is not within the independent City of Falls Church, Virginia. The area got its name from the intersection of State Route 7 (Leesburg Pike and East Broad Street), U.S. Route 50 (Arlington Boulevard), State Route 613 (Sleepy Hollow Road), State Route 338 (Hillwood Avenue) and Wilson Boulevard (also part of State Route 613). The junction of these four roads once created seven corners.
Seven Corners has a total area of 0.7 square miles, all of it land. The Upper Long Branch of Four Mile Run passes through the northernmost low point of the Seven Corners. The area is built on Munson’s Hill and overlooks adjacent Upton’s Hill. The views to the south and west are unbroken and offer scenic vistas in the directions of Annandale and Fairfax City.
The median home value in Seven Corners is $289,900. Seven Corners is ranked sixth among the 2019 Best Suburbs for Young Professionals in Virginia. The median household income in Seven Corners is $66,226.
Public schools that serve Seven Corners include Sleepy Hollow Elementary School, Glen Forest Elementary School, Beech Tree Elementary School, Glasgow Middle School, and Justice High School.
Seven Corners Shopping Center was the first major shopping center to open in suburban Washington, D.C. It is located in Seven Corners, Fairfax County, Virginia. At its opening in 1956, it was the largest regional shopping center in Virginia.