Built in 1967, 4600 Duke St is a 16 story high rise building in Alexandria, VA. From 5th to 16th floor, there are 32 units each, spread across A, B, and C wings of the building; commerical units are on and 3rd and 4th floor, in addition to the gas station and the Aldi.
Amenities include Game room, Fitness center, and party room in the basement level; reserved garage parking are in the basement and sub-basement. Unreserved parking spaces are available at the uncovered surface parking lot, permit required. Outdoor swiming pool opens from memorial day to labor day, 24 hr security and concierges.
Rentals for Studios and 1 bedroom range from $1350/mo - $1550/mo
Rentals for 2 bedroom range from $1450/mo - $1750/mo
Rentals for 3 bedroom range from $1750/mo - $2550/mo
Various listings also available for sale, click here to see how much your home worth!.
All rental prices includes utilities (electricity, gas, hot/cold water, heating/cooling). Parking permits are required for overnight parking; reserved underground parking are rented separately.
Alexandria, VA | Housing
Flexible Homeownership Assistance Program (FHAP) is to assist lowerincome first time homebuyers to purchase homes by providing financial assistance with downpayment, principal reduction and/or closing costs associated with home purchase.
Join the City at the 2020 Housing Summit as we mark the midway point of the 2013 Housing Master Plan (HMP). Come learn about achievements and milestones of the HMP; as well as, new strategies and approaches to meet Alexandria's affordable housing challenges in 2020 and beyond!
This page provides information on ongoing and planned redevelopment projects by the Alexandria Redevelopment Housing Authority (ARHA).
Click on the above link to learn about the range of trainings, services, and resources available to city landlords, realtors, and property managers.
The Five-Year Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plans, and Assessment Reports for housing and community development are provided to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a condition of receipt of funding of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships programs. These as well as other housing publications and partner plans can be viewed here.
The Office of Housing is associated with one citizen-based board and one committee, served by a total of 28 voting members. The City Council-appointed boards and committee meet monthly to discuss issues regarding the maintenance and promotion of affordable housing. To learn more about Committees and Boards, select the above link.
The Office of Housing works with many government agencies and organizations that are essential in promoting affordable housing in the City of Alexandria, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Virginia Housing Development Authority, and The Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND). To learn more about affordable housing in the city, click on the above link.
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