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Alexandria redevelopment receives entitlements


Washington, D.C. — The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved the rezoning application for Combined Properties’ Penn Da Plaza in Alexandria, Va. The project will completely redevelop the current retail center and replace it with a mixed-use project containing up to 400 new apartments, 41 townhomes and 35,000 to 45,000 sq. ft. of community retail. Combined Properties plans to anchor the retail component with a specialty grocer.

The site is located in South Alexandria, a rapidly redeveloping area of southeast Fairfax County clustered around the intersection of Route 1 and Kings Highway, a short walk from the Huntington Metro Station. More than 2,000 new apartments are planned for this area over the next five years.

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