Nearly two years after the project broke ground, The Waypoint housing development (2451 Menokin Drive) in the Fairlington neighborhood is scheduled to open in September.
The project, led by affordable housing developer Wesley Housing, is scheduled to have a grand opening celebration on Sept. 28.
“The Waypoint is Wesley Housing’s newest multi-family community located in the Fairlington neighborhood of Alexandria,” the developer said in a release. “The community will provide safe, quality, affordable housing for low- to moderate-income working families and individuals in an area with a wealth of resources.”
The project will have housing available at 30%, 50%, and 60% of the area median income.
Amenities at the site include free wifi, a community room, a business center, and a playground/park space.
Prior to development, the project generated some concerns from the surrounding community that said it would bring more traffic to the already congested community.
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