Condo Association Votes to Terminate Itself for Redevelopment (VA)

More than 87 percent of the unit owners comprising the Huntington Club Condominium Unit Owners’ Association have voted to terminate their condominium in favor of a new transit-oriented development on their 19-acre site next to Huntington Metrorail Station in Alexandria, Va. Currently a community of 364 garden-style and piggyback condominiums, the Fairfax County community has selected The IDI Group Companies of Arlington, Va. to lead its redevelopment into a mixed-use community with approximately 1,000 condominiums, 500 apartments, 65 townhomes and more than 500,000 square feet of office and retail space.    Read the article…………….


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