Project: KWA Construction Tops Out on Second Phase of Arlington Commons
Arlington Commons will span five phases to build approximately 1,300 units and add $300-400 million in economic value to the City of Arlington once complete in 2026.
Source: KWA Construction“The tremendous redevelopment going on in Arlington is historic. The overwhelmingly positive reception from the success of the first phase continues to energize us for this crucial urban renewal project,” said KWA Construction President Brian Webster. “With the addition of The Truman, Arlington Commons’ financial and developmental benefits to the community are becoming more evident each day.”
Designed by JHP Architecture, the National Green Building Standard (NGBS) Green-certified community will feature luxurious studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, ranging in size from 598 to 1,715 square feet. Units will feature kitchens with two-toned, European-style cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, as well as soaking tubs, washer and dryer connections, open and spacious floor plans with stunning city views from balconies or patios, and more. Community amenities will include a resort-style swimming pool, outdoor grilling stations, a firepit, a game area with a ping pong table and corn hole, a wellness room and a fitness center featuring group classes, strength training equipment and cardio machines. The Truman also offers an on-site coffee shop, co-working spaces, a hospitality suite, e-gaming room, dog park and other high-end amenities.
Where is this happening?
The second phase of the Arlington Commons project.
Who was involved?
Design: JHP Architecture
Construction: KWA Construction
Owner/Developer: Nehemiah Company
When is it happening?
The project is expected to be completed in 2026. The five-story garage's completion date is August 2021.
Why is this important?
The completion will give way to an urban renewal project featuring luxurious residential spaces, game and sports areas, and co-working spaces that will increase the quality of life, networking relationships, and leisure and relaxation of both residents and visitors to The Truman.
Urban renewal project
Open and spacious floor plans.
Sports and leisure areas.
Five-story covered parking garage.
358-unit apartment complex.
Five-story covered parking garage
$300-$400 million economic value.
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