Richard Hausler

  • Developers Break Ground on 310-Unit Apartment Project in Silver Spring

    Insight Property Group LLC of Arlington, VA, and Chevy Chase-based Nova-Habitat LLC held a ceremony on February 5 to celebrate the groundbreaking of Fenwick Station, a six-story, 310-unit apartment development in downtown Silver Spring. Neighborhood leaders and Montgomery County officials were also present at the event. The new development is located two blocks from the Silver Spring Metro Station, on the site of the former U.S. Post Office distribution facility at 8616 Second Avenue. Fenwick Station will deliver a mix of studios, one and two-bedroom apartments. Thirty-nine apartments will be affordable units.

    Washington Dc 11 February 2013 05:52
  • Ground Broken for Arlington Apartments

    More multifamily ground has been broken in the red-hot metro Washington, D.C., market with the beginning of Grayson Flats Arlington, a 67-unit apartment building.

    Midatlantic 22 March 2012 18:10

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