Why Live In Virginia Square Neighborhood in Arlington?

A quiet, mostly residential neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia Square is centered on the metro between Clarendon and Ballston. It consists of a blend of high-rise apartments, garden apartments, and single-family homes that mostly date back to the 1930s.

Virginia Square
Virginia Square is a metro stop and a neighborhood in Arlington VA

The Virginia Square neighborhood offers residents an urban living experience with major corporations, college campuses, shopping centers, restaurants and expansive parks complete with picnic areas and athletic fields — all within blocks of the Virginia Square Metro station.

In Virginia Square neighborhood, you will find the Arlington campus of George Mason University including its Law School, the Arlington Arts Center, some offices of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and the main branch of the Arlington Public Library. The highly popular Wilson Boulevard-Clarendon Boulevard also passes through Virginia Square and offers the residents convenient access to Washington, DC and other major employment hubs in Northern Virginia.

There are several parks in Virginia Square neighborhood including Quincy Park which offers picnic areas, a playground, ball fields and plenty of open space.

Students living in Virginia Square neighborhood attend Arlington Science Focus Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Middle, and Washington-Lee High School.

Properties in Virginia Square




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