Venable Secures Approval of New Mixed-Use Development in Arlington, Virginia

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Venable attorney Matt Allman recently secured a unanimous County Board approval of a Major Use Permit Amendment for the 2400 Columbia Pike redevelopment project located in Arlington, Virginia. Originally approved in 2016, the 2400 Columbia Pike project features a mix of multifamily residential and ground-floor retail uses. The project also includes a segment of a planned bicycle network and preservation of the historic retail façades along Columbia Pike. The revised design for the project addresses critical design deficiencies with the original approval, including the retail floorplan, unit mix, parking count, and façade architecture. During the nearly year-long entitlement process, Matt was assisted by members of the Venable land use practice group, including Kedrick Whitmore, Evan Pritchard, Lee Gleason, and Maura Ikharo.