Views At Clarendon


Civic Association Informational Meeting
October 23, 2009, 3:25 pm
Filed under: Construction Updates, Design

Last night, The Views at Clarendon Development Team held a Civic Association Informational Meeting.  Please click on the below URL to access the PowerPoint presentation, which includes information regarding construction hours, parking plans and projected schedule. 

Views at Clarendon: 10/22/09 Civic Association Presentation



Press Release: Mixed-Use, Affordable Apartment Community Breaks Ground in Clarendon’s Urban Village
October 23, 2009, 2:59 pm
Filed under: News & Press

Mixed-Use, Affordable Apartment Community
Breaks Ground in Clarendon’s Urban Village
 

Views at Clarendon Expected to Achieve LEED® Silver Certification 

Arlington, VA – October 15, 2009 – The Views at Clarendon Corporation today announced construction will commence in November 2009 on the Views at Clarendon, a mixed-use, mixed-income development that marks a significant step in addressing Arlington, Virginia’s affordable housing shortage. 

“This type of much-needed, transit-oriented affordable housing – made possible by a partnership between Arlington County, VHDA and The Views at Clarendon Corporation – will complement and enhance nearby revitalization and redevelopment initiatives, helping to ensure Arlington’s future economic viability,” said Jerry Morris, chairman, The Views at Clarendon Corporation.   Continue reading



Welcome!
October 7, 2009, 8:29 pm
Filed under: Construction Updates, Design, LEED, News & Press

Welcome!   This website will provide regular updates regarding the construction progress of the Views at Clarendon apartment community.

When completed, the Views at Clarendon will provide Arlington County with an innovative, mixed-use and mixed-income housing community next to a Metrorail station.  The development allows for the preservation of a church steeple – a landmark in Clarendon – as well as an active urban ministry and seminary, and the county’s largest child daycare center.  This Class A apartment community will consist of 46 market-rate apartment homes and 70 affordable apartment homes, of which 12 will be supportive housing for very low income households. Continue reading

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