Developer/Owner Fairfield Residential (Formerly Cafritz Interests/Novus)
Type Mixed-use*, multifamily
Delivery Date Unknown (Project approved by BOS on 7/25/2017)
Units 340
Retail No retail, however, development may contain live/work units
Land 5.3 Acres
Website ?


Novus Property Holdings, LLC (Cafritz Interests) submitted plans to redevelop a 5.3-acre site at the intersection of Richmond Highway and Fairview Drive. The new development will be replacing auto-orientated commercial properties, a Wendy’s, Title Max, and Tai Kwon Do studio, with 340-unit multifamily building. A rezoning application has been filed with Fairfax County but no public hearings have been scheduled. The project has been sold to Fairfield Residential.

*Live/work units may be included in the development.


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