The Quarterly Development Tracking Report summarizes residential and commercial development activity and trends in Arlington. Information in these reports is generated from County staff reports, County Board minutes and data on Certificate of Occupancy (CO) permits, building permits and demolitions permits.
Highlights from this quarter’s report:
The County Board approved the American Legion and Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) residential project located at 3445 Washington Blvd., which is comprised of 160 residential units and a 6,750 sq. ft. Legion Hall.
Origin, a residential development at Ballston Quarter, proposed the conversion of 175 residential units to hotel rooms for a period of up to 2 years. The Site Plan Amendment was approved by the County Board in January 2019 and these units will be operated as the WhyHotel until January 2021, when they will revert back to residential use.
Construction started on 673 housing units, of which 44 are single family detached and 629 units are multi-family projects including The Berkeley (256 units), Axumite Village (36 units) and J-Sol (330 units).
Long Bridge Park Aquatics and Fitness Facility and Lubber Run Community Center began construction in the first quarter of 2019.
Past Development Tracking Reports
2019: Quarter 1