Affectionately dubbed “NoVa” by residents, Northern Virginia has something to offer for everyone. Located next door to D.C., it offers diverse city life alongside small town community charm.
Located in the heart of Northern Virginia, Fairfax is an independent city in the Commonwealth established in 1961. Only 20 miles from D.C., Fairfax is able to combine small-town suburban charm with the opportunities of urban living. Fairfax is full of vibrant communities, arts & culture, and a thriving environment.
With a population of 60,000 people and located in one of the most northern regions of Virginia, Reston is the most populous city in Fairfax County and has a unique and rich history.
Located on the northeast tip of Virginia along the Potomac River, Alexandria is a vibrant community home to over 150,000 residents. Five miles from Washington D.C., Alexandria balances a unique cosmopolitan feel with old town charm
Located north of the National Mall and west of North Capitol Street, Northwest D.C. is home to over 300,000 residents and a myriad of historical and cultural attractions. Being the largest quadrant, it contains many landmarks, as well as many historic neighborhoods.
Situated on the Potomac River and only five miles from the heart of the District, Arlington is the perfect blend of big city and small town charm. While Arlington is home to over 230,000 residents, it is classified a county as it is not actually a city under Virginia Law.