The Virginian Opens New Assisted Living Wing

November 28, 2023

Over 100 local community partners, prospective residents, members of the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, and The Virginian’s senior living team gathered to celebrate the official opening of the newly renovated Assisted Living Wing. Photo by Jamey Simpson

FAIRFAX, VA — The Virginian has opened the second phase of its community as part of a $67 million renovation as it undergoes a comprehensive transformation set to debut late this year.

The renovated seven-story, 367,000-square-foot buildings will feature four wings, comprising 155 independent-living apartments, 56 assisted-living 
residences, and 36 memory-care units/38 beds, along with 53 skilled-nursing units/81 beds. Nestled on more than 32 wooded acres along the Accotink Creek of the Potomac River, The Virginian is surrounded by green space, offering a genuine urban-suburban setting.  

The Virginian offers independent living, new assisted living, and the Shenandoah Memory Care, which opened last year.  As part of its continuing-care options, The Virginian also offers skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation through a partnership with The Virginian Rehabilitation and Wellness, for which it was designated Best Nursing Homes by US News and World Report 2022-23.

The Virginian is a senior living rental community offering a comprehensive continuum of care in this city 20 miles west of Washington, D.C. Set for completion at the end of this year, the community is undergoing a transformation into new, luxury independent-living apartment homes, providing a holistic range of care services including assisted living, memory care, long-term nursing, and skilled nursing. The new features encompass high-end amenities and innovative programs, including six dining venues, a wine cellar, sports bar, indoor golf simulator, state-of-the-art theaters, entertainment venues, three full-service salons, technology areas, and a wellness spa. Outdoor offerings include pickleball, bocce ball, a putting green, ‘Central Bark’ dog park, and a fire pit area.

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