Mosaic District is a 31-acre mixed-use urban renewal project at the site of the former Merrifield Multiplex Cinema at Gallows Road and Lee Highway in Fairfax. Lead developer, Edens, has attracted Washington’s most iconic boutique retailers to anchor the neighborhood: Cava, Matchbox, Black Restaurant Group, Taylor Gourmet, MOM’s Organic Market, Angelika Film Center & Café, Neiman Marcus Studio, Dawn Price Baby, Lou Lou and more. Shops already open on site include Panera Bread, Chipotle, Four Sisters Vietnamese and Sea Pearl Restaurant.
The project will bring smart city living to Fairfax with exciting, quality shops and restaurants in a walkable, urban environment. A Metro shuttle will operate onsite from Mosaic District to the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Metro station on the Orange line. The first shops are expected to open in October 2012.
Alongside the 500,000 square feet of new retail, EYA will build 112 new townhomes in an urban architectural style to complement the neighborhood’s city-like setting. Brick exteriors will be accented by contemporary iron railing and Juliet balconies. Inside, the homes will be built to the nation’s most comprehensive green building program – LEED for Homes. ENERGY STAR features also contribute to energy savings and a more comfortable indoor environment for homeowners.
New home buyers at Mosaic District will enjoy features like rooftop terraces, garage parking, and gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances. Home prices start at $577,400.
Townhomes at Mosaic District Grand Opening
Saturday, January 14, 2012
11 AM – 6 PM
2951 Eskridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22031