Pentagon City

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Photo: Pentagon City buildingsUpon leaving Pentagon City Metro station, one first impression is a feeling of newness. Pentagon City has seen the bulk of its development in the last three decades, with development still ongoing.

Pentagon City apartment dwellers take walking paths through expanses of finely-manicured lawns and landscaping to public transportation and a wide array of retail services. The regional Capital Bikeshare program has bike stations nearby, making for an easy bike ride into D.C. or around the area.

To many in the Arlington and Washington area, Pentagon City is a retail destination, with a fine collection of shops, cafes, and restaurants. Macy's, Nordstrom's, and Abercrombie & Fitch are among the favorites of the more than 150 shops and restaurants in the sky-lit Fashion Centre at Pentagon City. Flanking the Fashion Centre are several other high-quality outdoor shopping centers, offering showcase stores, trendy eateries, and designer coffee shops. And in an unexpected bonus, an outdoor ice rink in the center of one of the outdoor shopping centers offers another great outdoor activity.

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