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Offering a purely corporate and highly industrial establishment at the bank of clear-watered Potomac River, Arlington is known for its elite lifestyle, high-end technology and capacity to become a home for anyone coming from a different state or country.
If incorporated as city, it would become the fourth largest one in Commonwealth. Known for its military services, it is also a popular destination for tourism due to important landmarks like Pentagon 9/11 Memorial and US Air Force Memorial.
With countless business and employment opportunities and beautiful places to relax, Arlington is an ideal place for high-achievers. Here we have a look at its history and important places to know more about the neighborhood.
Being a part of Fairfax County in the beginning, Arlington is a land received as award exchange from British Monarchs. In 1970 under Residence Act, Potomac River was selected as the new permanent capital by the Congress. Later, Alexandria, Washington and Georgetown were included among the exclusive control of Congress.
Contrary to expectations with respect to growth in sectors of commerce, trade and business, the territories became military destinations and centers of American slave trade. A movement against deprived rights of the residents of Virginia was also started in mid-1850s and Arlington was one of the main centers for the movement.
After American Civil War, Arlington House was subjected for appraisal. The federal government confiscated the Arlington House when tax was not paid by Robert E. Lee’s family and Arlington National Cemetery was made in its premises.
In 1930, the neighborhood was annexed as a separate city from Alexandria. In 1896, an electronic trolley service was already constructed in the neighborhood therefore during 1900 to 1950 major developments were made in the sectors of education and trade.
Today, the neighborhood truly represents the imprints of industrial revolution with sky-scraping buildings and wide roads.
Located at an area of 67.6 square-kilometers, the neighborhood is not only known for tall buildings but for rolling hills as well. It has Upton’s Hill and Minor’s Hill on the western border and Potomac River on the northeastern side.
With location on the banks of the Potomac River, the neighborhood offers fresh breezes and warm afternoons during summers. The winters are mostly dry with average snowfall. Rainfall is common during spring season.
Offering numerous fashion centers and shopping malls, here are the top shopping picks by Arlington locals.
Crystal City Shops - 1600 Crystal Dr, 703-413-4380
Adore amazing food with perfect combinations of drinks at countless restaurants, open bars and café in Arlington.
Dance, drink, eat and let your heart play free with vibrant nightlife of Arlington.
O’Sullivan’s Irish Pub - 3207 Washington Blvd, 703-812-0939
Green Pig Bistro - 1025 N Fillmore St, 703-888-1920
Four Sisters Grill - 3035 Clarendon Blvd, 703-243-9020
The Liberty Tavern - 3195 Wilson Blvd, 703-465-9360
Fettoosh - 5100 Wilson Blvd, 703-527-7710
Ray’s To The Third - 1650 Wilson Blvd, 703-974-7171
Water & Wall - 3811 N Fairfax Dr, 703-294-4949
From creative learning centers to skilful arts and basic education academies, the neighborhood has it all!
Visit America’s most famous places in Arlington and pay tribute to 9/11 victims in Arlington.
With rich heritage, amazing infrastructure and high-valued housing market, Arlington is one of the most important neighborhoods in North Virginia. Its America’s smallest self-governing county ensures exercising all modern values in Arlington, making it a perfect destination to live.
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