The changes will enable older adults to age in place, help house family members, provide a lower priced housing alternative, and enable homeowners to receive additional income from the rental.
The questions you can answer by thumbing through Arlington’s 2019 County Profile are many. Here are a few things we found interesting.
Tackles complex housing affordability issues through multiple interconnected programs.
Arlington approves a pay-for-performance agreement with Amazon for HQ2.
The Arlington County Board cleared the way for Rosslyn’s Queens Court to be redeveloped with 249 new affordable housing units.
The aging American Legion building at 3445 Washington Blvd. will be replaced with affordable housing and a new home for Legion Post 139.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its February 2019 Meeting, which is live-streamed on the County website.
Leveraging its ConnectArlington fiber-optic network, the County is supplying broadband access to low- and moderate-income families living at Arlington Mill Residences.
Christian Dorsey, who served as vice chair in 2018, will lead the Arlington County Board as its Chair in 2019.
At its November Recessed Meeting, the County Board voted to approve Virginia Hospital Center’s planned expansion.