Flower Branch Apartments to Begin Construction on Two New Buildings

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Flower Branch Apartments to Begin Construction on Two New Buildings


SILVER SPRING, Md., March 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Flower Branch Apartments is set to begin construction on two new apartment buildings at 8701 and 8703 Arliss Street, in Silver Spring’s Long Branch neighborhood. The new buildings will be in the same location as the two buildings lost on August 10th, 2016.

On Monday, March 19th, mobilization is set to begin with delivery of equipment, set-up of a temporary construction office and installation of perimeter fencing. Construction is slated to start on or around Monday March 26th and should be complete by mid- to late spring, 2019. All construction will adhere to current building codes and fire safety requirements.

The new buildings will be nearly identical in size to the previous buildings. There will be 27 apartment units, comprised of six one-bedroom, 16 two-bedroom and five three-bedroom units. The apartments will feature durable, modern and attractive finishes that are easy to live with and maintain. Pre-leasing is expected to begin in February 2019. In addition to the residences, there will be a leasing and management office and a service workroom.

"We are pleased that we can rebuild and make these much-needed rental homes available," said Clark Melillo, President of Kay Apartment Communities, the management company for Flower Branch Apartments. "These new residences will reflect our commitment to offering quality workforce housing in the vibrant Long Branch neighborhood."

For more general project information, construction expectations and apartment details, visit www.flowerbranchcommunity.com.

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