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As the neighborhood’s residential population grows, Rosslyn’s restaurant scene has expanded to meet increasing demand.
With a post office, banks and medical offices as well as Target, Pier One Imports and grocery stores, Rosslyn is a convenient neighborhood to run multiple errands on foot.
Rosslyn is a great place to stay when you’re visiting the D.C. area. Both luxury and budget-conscious lodging options are available.
Rosslyn is served by Metro’s Orange, Blue and Silver lines, Metrobus, the D.C. Circulator and the Custis Trail, which is popular among cyclists. Situated at the confluence of several major local and regional highways, it is no more than a ten-minute drive to Regan National Airport and downtown D.C.
With ample green space and works of public art, Rosslyn is a lovely place for a stroll. The neighborhood’s largest green space is the three-acre Gateway Park, featuring an ornamental garden, amphitheater and the largest sandbox in Arlington County.