An Arlington project is one of four that will bring an additional nearly 400 affordable-housing units to the local area through the efforts of the non-profit Wesley Housing.
The Cadence, located in Arlington’s Buckingham neighborhood, is slated to open in the fall with 97 units ranging in size from studio to three-bedroom for residents with household incomes of 70 percent or less of area median income.
The project will be joined by an 81-unit apartment in Alexandria, a 126-unit complex in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County and a 63-unit independent-living community for seniors in Winchester.
“We can’t wait to serve the community with brand-new, quality, affordable apartments, and look forward to building up the lives of those who will call these communities home in the coming months,” said Lisa Davis, vice president of Wesley Property Management.
The new units represent a growth of about 20 percent on top of the 1,280 units spread across 22 properties in the Wesley portfolio.
For information, see the Website at www.whdc.org.