The Art of Community
No doubt about it, we all long for the romantic notion of a small urban village where we walk to everything, the streets pulse with outdoor cafes and colorful storefronts, and the shopkeepers know us by name. At Mosaic, that level of detail has guided the creation of a real and authentic place—the core of the community fabric.
Mosaic sits at the heart of the country’s most prosperous, highly educated demographic cluster. Mosaic has been curated to reflect the intellect and sophistication of the community—a place that will enrich the surrounding area for generations. Following the resounding success of Phase One, Mosaic’s second and third phases continue to focus on creating a sought-after destination with a thoughtful mix of top-tier national and local retailers. Our passion for communities and food colors the experience at Mosaic as well, with exclusive restaurants including True Food Kitchen, a first-to-market restaurant concept driven by Andrew Weil’s cookbook, Brine, a top local seafood restaurant and raw bar by Rappahannock River Oysters, and Mike Isabella's Kapnos Kouzina set to open in early 2016.
The Shopping Experience
- 575,617 square feet
- Entertainment:Angelika Film Center & Café plus ongoing events at Strawberry Park - For event details
- A central gathering space with a mix of uses and ample open space located at the heart of the Merrifield Town Center Revitalization Area
- Center within walking distance (0.8 miles, or 16 minutes) of the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Metro Station
- Traffic count: 80,000 cars per day Lee Highway & Gallows Road
- Daytime employment within 2 miles of location exceeds 55,600
- Average household incomes exceeds $137,000 within 5 miles
Sustainable & Responsible
- LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot Project and Silver-Certified Plan
- Infill redevelopment is a walkable community with access to public transportation and services
- Three individual buildings are currently seeking LEED certification
- Charging stations to promote the use of electric cars
- Mosaic has 112 LEED-certified EYA townhomes and 2 green roofs
- LEED-certified buildings include MOM's Organic Market, Hyatt House hotel and the retail/office building anchored by Anthropologie
2905 District Avenue
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Division CBSA
Just wanted to mention some friends told me they are jealous I have such a nice shopping district near me because, "Mosaic has the type of stores you don't find everywhere else."
- Susan P