1201 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22209
Major Site Plan Amendment
Approved: May 5, 2007
Location: Central Place Block between N. Lynn and N. Moore Streets
Developer: JBG SMITH; Central Place LLC
Architect: Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners
Height: 387 ft.
Office Square Footage: 570,549
Retail Square Footage: 44,554
Other Square Footage: 9,555
Parking: 1,200 SF
Open Space: 16,263
Construction Start: June 2008
Central Place is an exciting mixed-use development in Rosslyn, where easy access meets soaring architecture and magnificent space. Central Place will offer over 45,000 square feet of inspiring dining and retail space with a built-in clientele living and working right upstairs. An outdoor public plaza offering seating, shade and a robust programming schedule promises to serve as the heart Rosslyn. The project will also be home to the highest public point in the Washington D.C. area — the observation deck — with 360 degree views of the D.C., Maryland and Virginia skylines. The panoramic views are projected to lure over 600,000 annual visitors to the front steps of Central Place.
Located at 1201 Wilson Boulevard at the corner of North Lynn Street is 570,000 square feet of trophy office space – CEB Tower at Central Place. It is a graceful presence of steel and glass, capped by a dramatic observation deck. It is 31 stories of inspiring architecture created by the award-winning firm, Beyer Blinder Belle. Office space begins 75 feet above street level, on the eighth floor, and the views get even better going up.
For the latest presentation of the Central Place project, click here.
For additional information, contact:
Thomas H. Miller, AICP, Planning Commission Coordinator
Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development
2100 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201