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Seven redevelopment projects proposed for Mason District

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An illustration of a development project proposed for Randolph Road in Annandale.

Developers have submitted nominations to amend the Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan to allow new multifamily housing, infill housing, and retail projects in Mason District.

The proposals were submitted as part of the newly revised Site-Specific Plan Amendment (SSPA) process.

The Board of Supervisors approved changes in the SSPA in July that sped up the timeline for reviewing projects and gave the board more flexibility in determining which proposals should go forward.

Community meetings on the plan amendment nominations are expected to take place in January. After that, they will be subject to public hearings by the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors.

Of the 75 proposals submitted to the Department of Planning and Development during the 2022-23 nomination process in October, eight would be in Mason District.

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Projects are proposed for these locations in Mason District:

  • 6675 Little River Turnpike, 4605 Columbia Road, and 4600 and 4604 Randolph Road, Annandale – The landowner, 6675 Little River Turnpike LLC, is proposing to have the properties rezoned from office and retail uses to mixed-use. The nomination calls for 105 multifamily housing units on top of 18,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and structured parking. The development would replace a computer repair shop and single-family houses.
  • 6129 Leesburg Pike, Seven Corners – New multifamily housing is proposed for underutilized land and surface parking at Munson Hill Towers. The property would remain residential but the density would be increased to up to 30 dwelling units per acre. The nominators are 6129 Leesburg Pike LLC, Michelle Rosati, and Holland & Knight LLP.
  • 6500 block of Church Street in Bailey’s Crossroads, at the rear of the Bailey’s Crossroads Shopping Center and the retail strip with Pollo Campero on Columbia Pike – The owner of the shopping center requests increased density to allow several development options, including a four-story multifamily building with 75 units, 28 townhomes, or 8,000 to 10,000 square feet of retail.
  • 6200 Wilson Blvd., Seven Corners – The proposal calls for an additional 300 multifamily units and 5,000 to 20,000 square feet of retail in a seven-story building and a structured parking garage at the Cavalier Club apartments.
    The project was nominated by Cavalier Club LLC and EYA Development LLC.
  • 7320, 7312, 7308, 7306, 7304, and 7324 Braddock Road; 7351 and 7355 Shenandoah Ave.; and 5105 and 5109 Blue Ridge Ave. near Wilburdale Park in Annandale – The landowners, Braddock Homes LLC, Tamrat Mamo, and Eyob Mamo, propose rezoning 10 properties from R-1 (one dwelling per acre) to allow four or five houses per acre.
  • 3402, 3404, 3406, 3408 Gallows Road and 7816, 7818, and 7820 Libeau Lane in Annandale across from Woodburn Elementary School – Madison Homes LLC is seeking a rezoning to permit 20 single-family homes. The company’s affiliate, Madison Acquisitions LLC, acquired seven parcels on 5 acres. The land is currently zoned R-2, and the proposal calls for rezoning to permit three or four dwellings per acre. Three homes on Libeau Lane would be demolished.
  • 6320 and 6320 Arlington Blvd. in Seven Corners – Eakin Properties proposes a mixed-use development on 3.15 acres occupied by a Grand Mart and Pistone’s Italian Restaurant. The project would replace those businesses with an eight-story, 450-unit multifamily building with retail.

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