CPRO Board members John Murphy (Vice President) and David DeCamp (Director) were interviewed by WAMU reporter Martin Di Caro late Tuesday morning. The focus of the piece was the Streetcar and the goal of making Columbia Pike more Walkable. ”The streetcar gives you the opportunity to leave your car in your garage or your parking space, [...]
The Columbia Pike Land Use and Housing Study will be one of two major items, the other being an update in Immigration matters, on the agenda of this month’s Latino Roundtable to be held at the Arlington Career Center [map] on March 17th, 6:30pm-9:00pm. This is a public forum open to all Arlingtonians. English [...]
A public dialogue on Affordable Housing Tools. As part of the Columbia Pike Land Use and Housing Study, you are invited to participate in a public discussion that will explore affordable housing policies. A panel of specialists will offer insights and convey policy experience from cities across the Nation:
A summary video of a recent event organized by Arlington’s Alliance for Housing Solutions. The point is made that the diverse policies that support the creation and conservation of affordable housing in Arlington also contribute a lot to sustain Arlington’s economic growth: – Originally posted on “Under One Roof“.
Arlington County has selected The Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) (CPRO Member) to be the developer for the Arlington Mill Residences [map]. The Residences will create a new-construction 122-unit apartment community as part of the County’s visionary mixed-use redevelopment of a site at the northeast corner of Columbia Pike and S. Dinwiddie St. Arlington [...]