FLATIRON PARTNERS CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF HERONVIEW APARTMENTS IN VIRGINIA

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May 9, 2019

Affordable Housing leader Flatiron Partners LLC in partnership with Windy Hill Foundation celebrated the Grand Opening of Heronview Apartments in Sterling, VA on May 9th, 2019.  Over 60 people attended the event including Senator Jennifer Boysko, Loudoun County Chair Phyllis Randall, and County Supervisor Ron Meyer as well as new residents of Heronview.

 

“Heronview personifies a new level of excellence in affordable housing”, says Hollis Fitch, Managing Partner of Flatiron Partners.  “With high quality construction and state of the art amenities, the deserving residents of Loudoun County have a safe and attainable place to call home.”

 

Windy Hill Executive Director Bob Dale stated, “We are thankful for all the partners who have made this project possible.  We also appreciate the public officials who stand behind affordable housing in Loudoun County.  Heronview is a workforce housing community we can all be proud of.”

 

About Heronview: A joint-partnership between Windy Hill Foundation and Flatiron Partners, Heronview will provide 96 units of affordable and workforce housing in the mixed-use development of Kincora located in the heart of Loudoun County. Heronview will offer spacious, energy efficient one, two-and three-bedroom apartment homes. Floorplans include both garden style and townhomes. Heronview amenities will include a smoke-free community, 24-hour fitness center, social gathering spaces, a community laundry room, computer lab, and on-site property management. In addition to the onsite amenities, Heronview residents will have access to all Kincora has to offer including miles of winding nature trails along the Broad Run.
For leasing information, please contact GEM Management has opened a leasing office at 21335 Signal Hill Plaza, Sterling, VA. Potential residents can call 571-926-8440 for application information. GEM Management is committed to fair housing, providing an equal opportunity for all people, in compliance with all federal, state and local fair housing laws.

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About Flatiron Partners: Flatiron Partners is an industry-leading real estate developer of affordable housing with development projects located throughout the southeast. Over the past five years, the company has been responsible for developing and rehabilitating more than 1800 units across 25 properties. The company has been successful by working strategically with local government partners and nonprofits to bring award-winning affordable housing properties to communities which meet their affordable housing objectives. Flatiron Partners is based in Charlotte, NC and has active development projects in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

About Windy Hill Foundation: Windy Hill Foundation provides safe, decent affordable housing to low-and-lower income families and older adults in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties, and encourages self-improvement and self-sufficiency of its residents. Windy Hill Foundation is a 501c3 organization located in Middleburg Virginia

 

About GEM Management: GEM Management is a full-service property management services provider that specializes in multifamily affordable housing properties. GEM has more than 27 years of experience managing affordable housing communities with multiple layers of programs and funding sources throughout the southeastern United States. GEM currently has approximately 250 properties hosting more than 10,000 units under management. GEM Management is based in Charlotte, NC.

About Kincora: Kincora will hold a 6.7 million-square-foot mixed-use development in keeping with the Keynote Employment master plan for the area, which is intended to stimulate the development of high-quality employment settings and transform the Route 28 corridor to one of greater density, with a synergistic mix of uses, that is more pedestrian and transit friendly, and is sustainable in design and function. Kincora will also add significantly to the transportation infrastructure that is being developed for Loudoun County’s crossroads of commerce and knowledge.