Partnering with Chicago-based restauranteur David Morton, AREP has brought an exciting and innovative food hall to Rosslyn City Center that is invigorating the neighborhood’s food scene with a first-of-its kind experience for the DMV—a range of culinary pleasures throughout the day and evening, delivered to suit tenant and visitor needs and wishes. Assembly offers seven unique dining outlets and four bars amid a large, airy and welcoming venue.

Click the below to watch AREP’s Managing Director of Asset Management, John Chesley, discuss this exciting new addition to Rosslyn with Good Morning Washington host Kidd O’Shea.

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RCC has been further amenitized with the opening of Gold’s Gym, a state-of-the-art 28,000 square foot fitness studio. The studio has its own 1,400 square foot promenade, perfectly combining fresh air and fitness for outdoor training and classes. Additionally, tenants can experience wellness in the workplace with large rooms for weekly group fitness classes, a digital personal training offering, spa-inspired locker rooms and towel service.

Food Hall

From breakfast to happy hour and everything in between

Now open at 1700 N Moore St, Assembly is the eclectic new food hall that’s making a splash on the Arlington restaurant scene, right in the heart of Rosslyn. Designed to be enjoyed for socializing, dining and working all day long, Assembly is more than just a food hall—it’s a gourmet food experience. Complete with private dining rooms, event spaces, an outdoor terrace, two full-service bars and dining concepts from around the world. American Real Estate Partners (AREP) and DMK Restaurants partnered on this 29,000-square-foot space, which is the focal point of AREP’s newly revitalized Rosslyn City Center. With everything from American diner classics to tacos, oysters and Asian street food, the BID staff stopped by to get a taste of what Assembly has to offer.