Apartments included in the City of Falls Church’s affordable dwelling unit program are still available, the City announced in a press release Monday. Applications for eight affordable dwelling units, or ADUs, in West Broad Residences are still being accepted by the City’s Housing and Human Services department. Priority of the ADUs are given to City residents and those who work in the City, seniors and persons with disabilities.
The West Broad Residences, currently under construction, is part of the new development at 301 West Broad Street where a new Harris Teeter grocery store is being constructed. The ADUs are available in a “staggered” occupancy schedule from March to April 2016. All applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent legal residents with total household liquid assets not exceeding $40,000. Applicants must also have a total household income between 50% and 110% of the Area Median Income, which is as follows: $38,200-$61,152 or $53,509-$78,624 (depending on occupancy) for a 717 square-feet, one bedroom ADU (3 available), $53,509-$78,624 for a 747 square-feet one bedroom unit (1 available) and $78,625-$120,120 for a two bedroom unit (6 available).
Applications for the affordable dwelling unit program are available on the City’s website at www.fallschurchva.gov/Rental and in the HHS office.