Rosslyn is Washington’s visually stunning gateway to Arlington, known to many as Washington’s skyline. With its unparalleled views and direct access to some of Arlington’s most famous landmarks, Rosslyn could be satisfied with simply being one of Washington, DC’s major tourist destinations. Watch the Rosslyn Video at Who we Are.
|Rosslyn is also home to:||By 2013 Rosslyn will have:|
|• 8.1 million square feet of office
• 557,647 square feet of retail
• 6,365 housing units
• 2,207 hotel rooms
|• 10 million square feet of office
• 660,375 square feet of retail
• 7,906 housing units
• 2,361 hotel rooms
Five major blocks in Rosslyn are currently under construction.
Check out the Under Construction page to see locations and to learn about projects!
Infrastructure improvements to the Rosslyn Metro Elevators began in November 2010. Improvements include a new, modern entrance with three high-speed elevators, a new station mezzanine fare collection equipment, and an emergency exit stairwell. Access will be maintained to the current station elevator and existing Metrorail entrances on N. Moore Street and Ft. Myer Drive throughout the project, but some disruptions to current traffic patterns are expected. North Moore Street traffic has been changed to one way southbound and limited to local transit and construction traffic. Bus service will be maintained on N. Moore Street, with some bus stops relocated. The construction staging area on the east side of N. Moore Street is closed to pedestrian and travel and Annie’s Park has been closed. The project is slated for completion in 2013.
more info on the (Rosslyn Metrorail Station Access Improvements (RSAI) Project