Arlington Neighborhood Villages (ANV) Opens

Arlington Neighborhood Villages (ANV) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enabling older residents of Arlington to continue living in their own homes and communities as they age. ANV is part of a nationwide village network that helps its members retain their independence safely and with an enhanced quality of life.

On Monday, April 7th, ANV opened locally to serve the age 55 and older residents of Arlington County, Virginia. County residents now have an exciting new resource to turn to when they want to remain in their homes as they age.  continue reading »

Aging in Place and Long-Term Care Residences Information

For those of you who missed the March 10 meeting on Aging in Place and Long-Term Care Residences here are links to the information:

Long-Term Care Residences in Arlington Presentation

Arlington County Aging and Disability Services

Arlington County Services Funded through the Agency on Aging  continue reading »

March 10 General Meeting to Begin at 7:00

The March 10 General Meeting will begin at 7:00 instead of our usual 8:00.

From 7:00 until 8:00, the meeting will feature a discussion of the real estate market in Lyon Village (presented by Lyon Village residents and real estate agents Ruth Boyer O'Dea, Ingrid Wooten, and John Plank), a discussion of Reverse Mortgages, and presentations from Arlington County on Aging in Place and the Long-Term Care Residences Commission.  continue reading »

Development Update: Verde Pointe (Bergmann’s Cleaners Site)

Demolition is expected to begin any day on the Bergmann's Cleaners site on the corner of Lee Highway and N. Veitch Street.  The project, being developed McCaffery Interests, is called Verde Pointe.  Clark Construction Group is the general contractor for the project.

Schedule of Construction (total duration: 18 months)
• Demo – 25 days
• Pile Driving – approx 25 days
• Excavation – approx 2.5 months
• Concrete structure – 5 months
• Main construction – 8 months
• Substantial completion – Summer 2015  continue reading »

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