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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Supervisors approve townhouses at Heritage Mall

Townhouses approved for this parking lot. 
A new 67-unit townhouse development behind Heritage Mall in Annandale moved a step closer to reality, as the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved a rezoning application for the project Dec. 6. No one from the community testified at the public hearing before the vote.

The applicants, MHI-Heritage LLC and Bristow Shopping Center LTD (entities formed by the Webb Cos.), proposed rezoning the 11-acre site from C-6 to PDC. The site is currently occupied by an underutilized parking lot and a 7-Eleven.

The applicants agreed to establish a community center within the retail center, as well as make some improvements in parking, drainage, and pedestrian accessibility.

“The community center is a big deal,” said Supervisor John Cook at the BoS hearing. It’s badly needed in the area” and will serve as a Korean senior center, as well as a meeting place for scouts and other community groups.

3 comments:

  1. What's the count on Korean senior centers now in Mason?

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  2. Do you have to be of Korean decent, or a Korean National, to use the new community center?

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    1. No. A variety of community groups will be able to use it.

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