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Davies Property

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4131 Chain Bridge Road

Project Updates

  • Application deferred indefinitely and referred back to the Planning Commission by the City Council on June 12, 2018.
  • Planning Commission held a work session on July 23, 2018 to review previous and new alternate development scenarios for the property.


The applicant proposes two options for the site, with either 42 or 43 townhouses. All townhouse units are proposed at 21 feet wide and approximately 47 feet deep with rear load garages with vehicular access from University Drive to a central circular driveway that serves the back side of all units. In the middle of the circular driveway, units are oriented with their front doors addressing a central shared open space that is approximately 50 feet wide. Pedestrian access is provided to University Drive as well as Chain Bridge Road. Both options also propose seven townhouse units that front onto Chain Bridge Road with rear access to the western end of the internal circular driveway. The difference between the two options is the configuration of the entrance driveway and townhouse units at the eastern end of the site.


Rezone the subject site from RM – Residential Medium and Old Town Fairfax Transition Overlay District (TOD) to Planned Development Residential;

Special Exceptions to:

  1. Allow a sidewalk width less than 10 feet within the Old Town Fairfax Transition Overlay District;
  2. Allow a front yard that exceeds the maximum of 10 feet within the Old Town Fairfax Transition Overlay District.



Public Meetings

 July 23, 2018  Planning Commission Work Session  view PDF  watch video
Jun 12, 2018   City Council Hearing  view PDF  
Feb 13, 2018  City Council Hearing (Deferred to Jun 12, 2018) view PDF  watch video
Jan 22, 2018 

 Planning Commission Work Session

view PDF  watch video
Jan 3, 2018   Board of Architectural Review Hearing    
Nov 15, 2017   Board of Architectural Review Work Session    
Oct 10, 2017   City Council Work Session  view PDF watch video 
Oct 9, 2017   Planning Commission Work Session  view PDF watch video
 Jul 5, 2016  City Council Work Session  view PDF watch video 


Paradigm Development Corporation


Paul Nabti, Senior Planner