2400 Columbia Pike

2400 Columbia Pike

April, 2016
Town Center: Columbia Heights .

New Development

2400 Columbia Pike Drawing
There is a new mixed-use six story building coming to 2400   Columbia Pike which is the area from 2330 - 2408 facing Penrose Square and directly in front of Arlington Village. The developer is B. M. Smith.

The proposal includes the preservation of two historic facades for existing buildings at 2340-2342 and 2406-2406. These facades will be incorporated into the new building.

There will be a Meeting to discuss the development of this development at Walter Reed Community Center 2902 South 16th Street  April 7,  2016 at  7pm Arlington County

2400 Columbia Pike - Drawing

Details of Proposal


Approximately 56,000 square feet
105 new residential units,
Retail on ground floor
140-space parking garage
45 bicycle spaces
Streetscape improvements
Update May 2016: Drawings: landscape,   architecture , design-scheme, signage

Saah Furniture, Columbia Pike

Original Buildings


The new development will replace three buildings, one of which is empty at the moment. The one with the orange awnings at 2330 used to house Saah Unfinished Furniture, which moved some years ago. This building will be completely torn-down. The historic facades of Rappahannock Cafe, a popular coffee shop and the building that is home to LA Nails will be incorporated into the new development. Other information on Rappahannock Coffee & Neighbors



La Nails Building, Columbia Pike
Mrs Chen's Kitchen