Carlyle Crossing is a 1.7 million square foot development in Alexandria, VA, created by Stonebridge. Anchored by a Wegmans Food Market, Carlyle Crossing benefits from affluent demographics, essential demand drivers, direct connections to mass transit nodes, and unparalleled access to the Capital Beltway.
1st floor retail plan
Take a look at how Carlyle Crossing will become the heart of the neighborhood.
Residents within a one mile radius earn an average household income of $151,896, almost double the national average.
Multiple access points to and from the Capital Beltway (I-495/I-95) create connections that are unparalleled in the region. Easily accessible to the existing affluent Alexandria resident.
Average daily trips
The Yellow Line at Eisenhower Metro Station is just 200 yards away; The Blue Line, Amtrak, and regional train access at King Street Station is less than 3/4 of a mile from the site.
Pent up Demand
The immediate neighborhood boasts 5.7 million square feet of existing office space, with an additional 2.3 million square feet planned. It also boasts nearly 2,500 existing residential units, with over 2,200 additional units planned.
Stonebridge brings its track record of having completed several of the most successful and transformative mixed use developments in the Washington area to the creation of Carlyle Crossing.more about Stonebridge >