West Falls developer launches sales for new mixed-use condominium building

The Oak, a new mixed-use condominium building in Falls Church, will feature rooftop terraces among its residential amenities (courtesy of Hoffman Realty)

A mixed-use condominium building taking shape in the upcoming West Falls neighborhood is now seeking prospective residents.

Developer Hoffman & Associates announced on Monday (March 4) that it has opened sales for the 126 condos in The Oak, a 174,000-square-foot, 11-story building under construction at 255 West Falls Station Blvd in Falls Church.

On track to be delivered in late 2024, the complex will feature about 23,000 square feet of retail on its ground floor and approximately 8,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space.

The restaurants SEOULSPICE, BurgerFi and Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, and the Spanish immersion preschool Tierra Encantada were revealed last summer as the first retail tenants in West Falls. They’re all expected to open this fall.

Designed by SK+I Architecture, the condo units come in one, two and three-bedroom layouts, including penthouse residences. Most of them feature terraces or balconies, and the building was designed to achieve LEED Gold certification with LED light fixtures, green roofs and bioretention areas, according to Hoffman & Associates.

“These residences offer a unique opportunity to live in the vibrancy of the West Falls neighborhood in a dynamic city and come home to inspired design and inviting amenity spaces,” Hoffman Realty Principal Broker Michelle Giannini said. “This condominium is truly unique, and we look forward to welcoming future residents to discover all that The Oak has to offer.”

More on the amenities residents can expect from the developer:

Indoor amenities include the light-filled fitness center, pet spa and bike storage, as well as the residents’ lounge, which offers a large communal dining table, lounge seating, fireplace, wet bar and built-in coffee machine for entertaining. The Oak also offers two outdoor terraces for relaxation and community connection on the second and eleventh (rooftop) floors. The second-floor terrace will feature lush greenery, alfresco dining areas, an outdoor kitchen with grills, a sprawling lawn, a pergola and cozy seating areas complete with a TV and a fire pit – all westward facing perfect for soaking in the sunset. The rooftop terrace will also offer lounge seating options with sweeping views of the West Falls neighborhood and beyond.

On track to be delivered in late 2024, The Oak is part of the first phase of development on Falls Church City’s former George Mason High School site.

The first phase will also include a hotel, a medical office building, two parking garages and an apartment building with a grocery store — all expected to be substantially complete by January 2025, the developer previously told the Falls Church City Council.

Approved by the council in 2019, West Falls will be the largest development in Falls Church history, bringing 1.2 million square feet of residential, commercial and civic space to a nearly 10-acre site. Community amenities will include an 18,000-square-foot gathering space called The Commons.

The neighborhood will eventually be integrated with planned projects at the West Falls Church Metro station and Virginia Tech’s Northern Virginia Center campus. Combined, the cross-jurisdictional redevelopment effort will transform 40 acres between Route 7 (Leesburg Pike) and the Metro station.

“The Oak is a core part of the vision for West Falls, offering residents the opportunity to call this neighborhood home and experience a lifestyle as vibrant as its community,” Hoffman & Associates President Shawn Seaman said. “…We look forward to welcoming residents to this modern, new condominium and taking the next step in building the future West Falls community.”

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