July 29, 2015
Artist’s rendition of the Trinity Centre east façade of the apartments.
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Homes, stores, restaurants and a roundabout.
With the downturn in the office market, developers are instead planning to build residential and commercial uses on vacant parcels of land in the Westfields area of Chantilly. Below are details about what’s on the horizon, including plans for a memory-care facility off of Route 50 west.
Developer will build 355 apartments at the Trinity Centre.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recently approved a developer’s plan for the Trinity Centre in Centreville. As a result, 355 apartments will be built there, amenities will be added around the lake and the county will receive financial contributions.
Developer wants to build 355 apartments at the Trinity Centre.
As the area office market continues to stall, more and more land-use applications are proposing to replace planned office uses with residential communities. One of the latest proposals is at the Trinity Centre, off Route 29, in Centreville.