Rosslyn is made up of three Arlington, Virginia neighborhoods – North Rosslyn, half of North Highland, and Radnor-Ft Meyer Heights. Rosslyn is the closest neighborhood to Washington, D.C. as it is right across the Potomac River via the Francis Scott Key or Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge. Rosslyn consists of numerous high-rise commercial and residential buildings which form an iconic skyline. Rosslyn has a different feel than the other residential neighborhoods of Arlington as it feels like a true urban environment.
Rosslyn offers some of the nicest high-rise condominiums in Arlington that have terrific views of Georgetown, the Potomac River and Washington, D.C.. Rosslyn offers tons of restaurants so you will never have to go far to get a tasty bite to eat. Plus, the Orange, Silver and Blue Metro lines go through Rosslyn station so you can travel anywhere rather quickly.
To look into the future, Rosslyn was just approved for a huge redevelopment project called Rosslyn Plaza which will redevelop an eastern section of Rosslyn over the next 25 years that will add roughly 2.5 million square feet of retail, offices, residences and public open space.