- 6 Beds
- 6.5 Baths
- 5,675 SqFt
Real Estate Near Crystal City Yellow Line
The Crystal City Metro Station is located at 1750 South Clark Street, at the corner of Clark and 18th Streets in South Arlington, Virginia. The Metro station offers a Yellow Line and Blue Line. The transit-oriented community is also close to the Ronald Reagan International Airport, as well as the Interstate 395 which leads across the Potomac River to Washington, DC.
That’s a whole lot of commuter convenience for those who live and/or work in the area. But Crystal City has even more to offer. There’s the fascinating underground shopping village known as the Crystal City Shops, as well as a variety of real estate properties for sale.
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- 2,660 SqFt
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More about Properties for Sale near Crystal City Yellow Line
Crystal City is certainly known for its shopping, Metro convenience and glittering high-rise condos for sale. But there is also a large inventory of detached single-family homes in surrounding neighborhoods such as Aurora Hills, Virginia Highlands and Arlington Ridge.
Those outlying communities predate Crystal City itself, a long, narrow urban community that sprang from a polluted industrial site in the 1960s. The towers that emerged from that wasteland by the Potomac River feature office space, apartments and luxury condominiums.
Today, condos near the Metro station start in the low six figures and climb to the very high six figures for large penthouses with sweeping views, as well as all-weather Metro access. Single-family homes in nearby communities can be pricy, topping out over a million dollars.
Additional Information about the Area
The first office towers constructed in the 1960s were connected by underground walkways. That tunnel system inspired developers to go a giant step further—creating the massive subterranean shopping village with its retro storefronts, lampposts and cobblestone “streets.”
But Crystal City continues to evolve, and that includes a new emphasis on above-ground features. This is in keeping with Arlington’s desire to add more residents, and to make the neighborhood more walk friendly above the surface. New projects include more greenspace and the construction of new mixed-use residential and retail towers.
To learn more about homes and condos for sale near the Crystal City Metro Yellow Line, call District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.