Travis Gonzalez, Bisnow

Developers, retailers and consumers are flocking to the City of Falls Church, a Washington, D.C. suburb growing quickly due to its strong residential fabric and high median incomes. In 2017, Forbes ranked Falls Church, VA the second richest county in America. Rappaport brokers Jim Farrell and Alex Shiel are leasing the retail space at Broad and Washington, which is ideal for an upscale casual restaurant, specialty grocery store, bakery and soft goods retailers. Broad and Washington is a mixed-use project that will redefine a pocket of Downtown Falls Church as the accelerated destination for Arts and Entertainment. Located at a bustling intersection, Broad and Washington offers retailers and restaurants a spot at the front of the stage. The project is adjacent to the renowned State Theatre and will also be home to the highly acclaimed performing and visual arts of the Creative Cauldron. Broad and Washington has a sophisticated urban crowd with an appetite for a night on the town, a break for lunch and a place to unwind. With a prime location at the intersection of Route 7 and Route 29 (1.4 million vehicles per month), proximity to East Falls Church metro, on-site parking and walkable downtown, retailers will be accessible to a vast population of nearly 500,000 within 5 miles.

Recently, Jim Farrell and Alex Shiel completed several impactful deals for projects in Falls Church, read more about  the transformational tenants they secured for retail space in Falls Church.


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