August 8, 2018: Here’s your chance to buy into the Huntington Club redevelopment

April 12, 2018: Inside Fairfax County’s Plan To Spur Over 15M SF Of Development On Richmond Highway

January 31, 2018: A condo association in Huntington dissolved itself to make way for a better Metro station area.

January 25, 2018: Board approves amendment that paves way for Huntington Club redevelopment

November 9, 2017:  Metro-adjacent condo association nixes itself to advance massive redevelopment.

October 25, 2017: Fairfax County envisions 2,000-plus units next to Huntington Metro. A single plan is coming to build many of them.


The Huntington Club Condominium Association’s Comprehensive Plan Amendment received approval by the Board of Supervisors in February 2013 for densities up to 3.0 FAR, which accommodate the Condominium Association’s proposal for a mixed-use development containing 1200 to 1800 housing units (multifamily rentals, condominiums, and townhomes), 600,000 square feet of office space, a hotel, and ground-level retail.

After hiring consultant Delta Associates, Huntington Club issued an RFP seeking a developer to obtain rezoning and build the project; bids were received in late September of 2015, IDI Group, a DC-based developer, was selected.

General vicinity:

Aerial view, courtesy of Streetsense

Huntington Club Aerial View:

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Huntington Club looking west to east:

The single-family houses in the foreground represent Kathryn Street.

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Huntington Club Arial, at North Kings Highway and Huntington Avenue:

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