Washington, DC – WCS Construction, LLC has been selected by Wesley Housing to build the next critical phase of The Arden. A 126-unit, 210,331 sf multifamily development to be located a block from the Huntington Metro station. The $59M project will provide quality homes for working families in Fairfax County and is designed to ensure the long-term sustainability of the property at standards comparable to other properties in the market area and will remain committed to affordability for 30 years. Located at Huntington Avenue, The Arden is a seven-story wood frame building with 2 levels of parking underneath at the intersection of Huntington Avenue and Biscayne Drive. The building also includes a small fitness center, amenity room and outdoor courtyard with designated office space for Wesley Housing.

The project has a targeting Gold Certification with Earthcraft with a completion date of August, 2022.

About Wesley Housing
Wesley Housing, a leading nonprofit developer in Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia, has been working to provide affordable rental housing for families for more than 45 years. Since its founding, Wesley Housing has emerged as a premier developer of affordable housing. Wesley Housing has acquired or developed 2,300 rental units, providing quality housing for thousands of atrisk individuals and families each year. Wesley Hosing supplements housing with supportive services to build up the lives of its residents, including low-and moderate-income families, older adults, and individuals with disabilities and/or chronic disease. For more information, please visit www.wesleyhousing.org and follow @WesleyHousing on social media.

About WCS Construction
WCS Construction is a CBE certified general contractor headquartered in Southeast Washington.  The company’s experience includes new construction of office, commercial, multifamily and mixed use projects as well as substantial rehabilitation of multifamily projects. To learn more about WCS Construction, LLC, please visit www.wcsconstruction.com

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