Vienna officials are taking another stab at outstanding details in the design plans for the Vienna Market project.
The project is set to replace the Marco Polo building and other surrounding properties with 44 townhouse condominiums, a 2,700-square-foot landscaped plaza and retail space at 245 W. Maple Avenue. Currently, the project is in the second phase, awaiting site plan revisions and building permit approval.
Vienna’s Board of Architectural Review (BAR) decried plans for the project as too boring during its meeting in May.
When the board made a motion at its August meeting to approve the development, it excluded some items for further review before approval.
Now, the project is coming back to BAR tomorrow night (Thursday). The board is set to review the project’s lighting plan, sidewalk landscape plan in front of the retail space and types of brick of some of the units and retail, according to town documents.
The meeting is set to start at 8 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 19).
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