New Construction Condos in Arlington VA

| Buying | By Lindsay Underwood

Looking for new construction condos in Arlington? We’re on it! There are many projects under construction and in the pipeline across the county. Here is a roundup of the larger projects. Keep in mind that there are dozens of smaller in-fill and rehab projects around the county as well.

Pro-tip: many of the smaller projects are marketed and sold before they hit the open market so be sure you are working with a trusted and experienced agent who can find you exactly what you are looking for and knows how to navigate the Arlington new construction condo market.

New Construction Condos in Arlington that are planned or have broken ground as of November 2019:



Pierce VA at Highlands in Rosslyn

As one of three distinctive towers in the new development, The Highlands, Pierce is ideally located at the top of the hill in Rosslyn. At 27 stories high, the 104-unit building is designed to provide both luxury and convenience. Residences will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, chef-inspired kitchens and exquisite master bathrooms with heated flooring. These light-filled residences will provide stunning Potomac River and D.C. Skyline views. Their open concept and large private balconies are designed to provide for your entertainment needs. The building boasts a hotel-style lobby, 2-story fitness center, rooftop terrace and a resort-style pool. Delivering in 2021. Inquire for pricing!


2000 Clarendon

2000 Clarendon Condos in Arlington

Nestled in the heart of Courthouse, this contemporary 15-story building contains 82 residences, each featuring 10’ ceilings, expansive windows, and a deeded garage parking space. Designer cabinetry, quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances outfit the kitchens. Spa-inspired bathrooms feature water closets and, in select residences, whirlpools. The building amenities include a two-level cascading pool & sundeck, sky lounge, entertainment space, and a fitness center. Delivering in 2020. Inquire for pricing!


6711 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 

6711 Lee Highway Townhomes

6711 Lee Highway is a new townhouse development currently in pre-construction in East Falls Church. The project entails the construction of 27 new townhouses, including both 3 & 4 story units. Proposed parking includes a two-car rear-facing garage for each unit, as well as guest parking spaces on-site. The location is great for commuters, with the East Falls Church metro station less than a half-mile away. Inquire for pricing!


1401 Lee Highway Arlington, VA

1401 Lee Highway

As of October 21st, KBH, LLC has resubmitted a proposed redevelopment plan of the Key Bridge Marriott. The 5.5-acre site is just off of the George Washington Memorial Parkway and overlooks the Potomac River. The plan consists of a partial demolish and renovation of the existing hotel and construction of two additional 16-story buildings to deliver 300 apartments and 151 condominiums. The project will include 1, 2, and 3-bedroom condo units with balconies. Building amenities are set to include a fitness room + yoga & spin studios, a library, and rooftop club rooms & terraces. Inquire for pricing!



Check back for updates on current developments as well as newly-announced projects!


We’ve given you the rundown on What To Expect When Buying New Construction Condos. Ready for the next step? Reach out to us now and we’ll help you navigate buying a new construction condo in Arlington.


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