(June 1, 2021 – Arlington, VA ) The Montgomery County Planning Board has approved the site plan for a new six-acre mixed-income community at 4010 Randolph Road. Located on Montgomery County-owned land, the redevelopment is a partnership among AHC, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Maryland, and Interfaith Works.
The new community will offer nearly 200 affordable homes, including both rental and homeownership opportunities, at various incomes – including deeply affordable units at 30%, 40% and 50% AMI – with 80 hard-to-find three- and four-bedroom apartment homes. The project will also feature an half-acre park with a playground, picnic area, inviting pedestrian walkways, and open lawn areas.
The project includes 27 affordable-for-sale homes, including 24 condominiums and three single-family residences.
The design and development team includes Bonstra Haresign Architects, Parker Rodriguez Landscape Architects, Johnson Bernat Associates (civil engineer), Lerch Early Brewer (zoning attorney), and Kimley-Horn (traffic engineer).
The Planning Board approval enables a groundbreaking in early 2022, with the first new residents expected in 2024.
Founded in 1975, AHC Inc. is a nonprofit developer of affordable housing that provides quality homes and education programs for low- and moderate-income families. Based in Arlington, VA, AHC has developed more than 7,500 apartment units in 50+ properties in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. AHC’s Resident Services program reaches 3,000 children, teens, adults and seniors each year through on-site education and social service programs and activities. For more information, visit https://www.ahcinc.org/