An all-affordable residential development has been pitched for the site of a Goodwill store in Arlington.
Goodwill and AHC, Inc. have filed plans with Arlington County for a 128-unit development at the site of the Goodwill retail store and donation center at the intersection of South Glebe Road and Arlington Boulevard (map). The six-floor project will consist of five levels of affordable housing above a new Goodwill store and donation center, and the units would be for residents earning up to 60% area median income.
"In an effort to help meet the need to provide affordable housing for families, approximately 74% of the [apartments] are proposed as two- and three-bedroom units," documents filed with Arlington County stated. "Resident, child care, employee and overflow customer parking will be located in the below-grade garage."
The current timeline is for the project to break ground in 2025 and deliver in 2027.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/128-unit_all-affordable_development_pitched_for_arlington_goodwill_site/21025.
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