East Falls is one of Arlington’s best neighborhoods, with great education options, high walkability, and all the amenities an urban village requires: grocery stores, coffee shops, and restaurants, shopping hubs, entertainment facilities and parks for fitness and recreation.
Close to the city’s western edge, Madison Manor has a lot of post-World War architecture, from brick colonials and cape cods to 1970’s town houses. The Madison Manor Civic Association organizes many community events year round.
Ballston provides a lively urban living experience for millennial, combining metropolitan high-rises and dense commercial buildings with single-family homes and luxury condos. There are about 70 restaurants within a five block radius.
This southern neighborhood is a favorite for families looking for a close-knit community, very safe with great schools, parks, and shopping.
Located on the border of Fairfax County, Williamsburg is great for families and those who aren’t moving to the county for its hot spots and entertainment options. Williamsburg is a place to raise your kids, and be part of a community.