A three-building, 392-unit project is on the boards for a site in Courthouse just off Highway 50.
The project, from Gables Residential, will include two large, interconnected residential buildings as well as a transitional living center for those in substance abuse recovery. It will require approval from the Arlington County Board to move forward. Gables is hoping to begin construction in the third quarter of 2015 and deliver the first units in the second quarter of 2017.
The project site, tentatively called Gables Rolfe Street, is between Fairfax Drive, North Rolfe Street and North Rhodes Street in Arlington (map). Gables plans luxury units for the site.
The first building will have 90 units in five stories; the larger building will have 305 units in 12 stories, plus most of the project’s amenity space. About 10 percent of the units will be studios, along with 30 percent junior one-bedrooms, 35 percent one-bedrooms and 25 percent two-bedrooms. Among those will be “neighborhood-style private entrances, extensive use of terraces and balconies, and multi-story townhomes,” according to Gables’ J’aime Huret.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/400_more_units_on_the_boards_for_arlingtons_courthouse_neighborhood/9521
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