The investor that acquired the eight-building Skyline office park less than a year ago now has approval to redevelop three of its buildings.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors last week approved an application to convert the trio of 16-story office buildings at 5201, 5203 and 5205 Leesburg Pike into up to 720 live-work units.
The application was filed early this year by The Wolff Co. and Highland Square Holdings. The Wolff Co. acquired the three buildings in November from Somera Road, days after the New York investor acquired the full Skyline complex for $215M. Led by former Novus Residences CEO Robert Seldin, Highland Square in March completed a similar live-work conversion project in Falls Church.