Rosslyn Center to undergo $35M renovation featuring food court, outdoor Gold’s Gym

Adella Miesner

© Provided by WJLA – Washington D.C. The Rosslyn City Center will undergo a $35 million renovation that will feature a new space for all-day dining and an outdoor Gold’s Gym. American Real Estate Partners announced in a release that the renovations at the 40-year-old mall and office building are […]



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The Rosslyn City Center will undergo a $35 million renovation that will feature a new space for all-day dining and an outdoor Gold’s Gym.

American Real Estate Partners announced in a release that the renovations at the 40-year-old mall and office building are happening at 1700 N. Moore Street above the Rosslyn Metro Station.  The company says the new dining concept will suit COVID-19 guidelines for safety and social distancing with an expansive outdoor area.

This new renovation will consist of two levels for visitors.  Espresso, wines, and prepared foods available for dine-in or-to-go  are going to be on the first floor, and the second level will feature an oyster bar, coffee bar, and diner.  The second floor will also have a main bar, full service dining area, and communal work lounge, outdoor seating, and a 30,000-square-foot Gold’s Gym.

Gold’s Gym is going to consist of new boutique-style classes, 3-D body scanning, and a 1,400 square-foot training terrace overlooking Central Place Plaza with views of the Rosslyn skyline.

“As we reimagine Rosslyn City Center, David and Scott have envisioned and will create the food and dining experience that will be a central focus for Rosslyn’s residents, tenants and visitors. We share a passion for creating a sense of place that delights and inspires and look forward to inviting the community to safely enjoy a one-of-a-kind epicurean experience,” Paul Schulman, Principal and Chief Operating Officer of AREP said in a company release. 

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