Adaptive Reuse into Mixed-Use Develoment
IMEG provided civil and survey engineering design services, along with planning and landscape architecture, for the master planned mixed-use development project located along the Fairfax Boulevard corridor.
Comprised of multi-family condominiums, townhomes, single-family detached homes, community and retail uses, as well as optional live-work units, the project design is focused around preserving the original building, previously the Paul VI Catholic High School built in 1935. Its adaptive reuse will provide for community-oriented programming, including a large outdoor public open space/plaza area along the boulevard frontage. There are also significant open space areas, pocket parks, a bike path and walking trails dispersed throughout the development, which will provide various passive and active recreational opportunities for both residents and visitors.