Upcoming APAH Properties
NOW OPEN, but still ACCEPTING WAITLIST APPLICATIONS: Gilliam Place
In 2012, the Arlington Presbyterian Church approached APAH to create a space that would both provide affordable housing and serve as a place of crossroads and connection for the community. The congregation selected the name Gilliam Place for the new affordable housing development to honor Ronda Gilliam (1906-1970), a church elder who was a steward and visionary in the community. Gilliam Place’s 173 new affordable units will include 11 barrier-free units to meet the needs of persons with disabilities. Learn more by reading our Gilliam Place Property Investor Sheet.
Gilliam Place is now accepting waitlist applications. Move-in’s have started. Prospective residents can learn more here.
In 2014, Arlington County Board launched the Western Rosslyn Area Planning Study (WRAPS) process to develop a new vision for the area. Formally adopted by the Board in 2015, this integrated planning effort of more than 1 million sq. feet – including a new Arlington Public School, market rate housing, and fire station – enabled Queens Court to be redeveloped from our existing 39-unit property into a 12-story property with 249 units of committed affordable housing. APAH secured the necessary LIHTC tax credits in 2018 and construction began in Spring 2019.
Learn more by reading our Queens Court Property Investor Sheet.
Lucille and Bruce Terwilliger Place
In 2016, the American Legion Post 139 selected APAH to redevelop their site in Virginia Square to create 160 affordable apartments and a new, modern Post facility. The Arlington County Board adopted the Washington Boulevard and Kirkwood Road Special GLUP Study “Plus” and Concept Plan in 2017, unlocking the site for greater density, and the project received site plan approval in February 2018. The affordable housing development will have 50% veterans preference. APAH applied for tax credits in 2019 and expects to break ground in 2020.
Learn more by reading our Terwilliger Place Investor Sheet.
In late 2018, Fairfax County awarded APAH rights to redevelop an underutilized stormwater retention area owned by the County into 150 senior apartments. The location is located just .5 miles from the Van Dorn Metro Station and one mile from the Kingstown retail center. APAH will apply for tax credits in 2020 and expects to break ground in 2021.
Learn more by reading our Oakwood Senior Investor Sheet.