Gilliam Place will provide 173 CAFs, sized to be senior-friendly

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In December 2015, the County Board approved APAH's plan to develop the site of Arlington Presbyterian Church, along with APAH's request for about $18 million in loans from AHIF to acquire and develop the property.  The proposed complex will include 173 CAFs (60-year commitment) at 60% AMI and below, including 105 studios and one-bedroom apartments---an opportunity for seniors---with ground floor retail and space for community use. Gilliam Place, named for the church's first African American member---a church elder and visionary---will feature stone from the church around its main entrance. Read more . . .

July 2017 Update:

The Groundbreaking Celebration for Gilliam Place was held on Thursday, July 27th. Read the full press release here.