A Stout & Teague partnership sold 4 acres of land adjoining the Huntington Metro Station to Aventon Companies. The sale follows a rezoning of the property for a 366-unit apartment building. This project is the last phase of a 30-acre, 850-unit joint development project with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Stout & Teague originated the multi-phased project in 1996 as the first Transit Oriented Development project approved under PDM zoning in Fairfax County. Earlier phases of the project were completed with Pulte Homes, Centex and Home Properties.
Stout & Teague will continue to be actively involved at the Huntington Metro Station as joint development adviser to WMATA in planning and redevelopment of the remaining station area. Huntington Metro Station is the terminal station for the Yellow Line serving Alexandria, National Airport, National Landing (Amazon HQ2), and the Pentagon. Huntington is also the north terminal for the future Richmond Highway Bus Rapid Transit line serving Embark Richmond Highway and Fort Belvoir.