Stout & Teague has been retained by Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority as master developer for the 29-acre Huntington Metrorail Station. Stout & Teague is tasked with developing a master plan, obtaining Comprehensive Plan and zoning approval from Fairfax County, and managing the design of the infrastructure renovations. Stout & Teague may also participate in the marketing of the development rights for portions of the property and for managing the construction of infrastructure improvements.
Work started on the project in late 2019 and Stout & Teague recently obtained Planning Commission recommendation for review of the WMATA’s Comprehensive Plan nomination for the site. The plan nomination proposes to add up to 1.8 million square feet of private development on the site, including up to 1,500 residential units and 360,000 square feet of office/retail development.
The Huntington Station is the terminal station for the Yellow Line that serves the new Amazon HQ2 at National Landing, as well as National Airport and the Pentagon. Huntington Station will be the terminus of the Embark Richmond Highway Bus Rapid Transit line that will serve business nodes on Richmond Highway and terminating at Fort Belvoir.