What Does Ballston Look Like?
Published May 1, 2021
StayArlington is a division within the economic development department of the Arlington County, Virginia, government, the Arlington Convention and Visitors Service (ACVS) and promotes Arlington as the best place to stay, shop, dine and play when visiting the Washington, D.C. region.
When discussing Ballston, StayArlington notes:
“Ballston, the western anchor of Arlington’s Rosslyn-Ballston Metro corridor, is where 75 percent of the population is under 45. With a variety of hotels, shopping and dining for every taste and budget – and whether you’re here for a family vacation or a quick business trip — Ballston is hip, smart and sophisticated.
It’s the Washington metro region’s hub of innovation, research, learning, technology and science. With the federal Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Office of Naval Research, and research facilities for several major universities, Ballston is an epicenter for research and discovery.
Explore a 3d tour of Ballston by clicking HERE.
You’ll find more than 50 restaurants in a five-block radius — from destination restaurants like Punch Bowl Social to great pubs and a multitude of quick and tasty selections for midday meals — in this bustling, walkable neighborhood. Visit Ballston Quarter and you’ll soon experience a place filled with style, food, cool shops and inspiring people. Recreation in Ballston includes the Arlington Arts Center, Regal Cinema Ballston Stadium 12 and MedStar Capitals Iceplex, where you can watch the Washington Capitals practice or get out on the ice during open skate!”
As Ballston continues to grow, so does its offerings. The Shooshan Company is proud to be a part of this neighborhood’s development and the City of Arlington.