The three-story office building at 380 Maple Street in Vienna, a squat brick structure from the 1970s, could soon be replaced with a new mixed-use development.
At tonight’s Board of Architectural Review meeting, the Board will review a proposal to replace the building with 7,500 square feet of retail and 40 residential condominium units. The new development will include a dog park for residents of the building.
The development is proposed to have one floor of below-ground parking and two floors of structured above-ground parking.
The developer is also proposing to plant a series of trees along the surrounding streets as part of the development’s streetscape improvements.
A previous work session on the new development was held on Dec. 14.
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