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Waterfront Property Highlight

AHC Teens on a Winning Streak!

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About AHC

Founded in 1975, AHC Inc. is a nonprofit developer of affordable housing that provides quality homes and education programs for families living on low and moderate incomes throughout the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia areas.

AHC contracts third-party companies that manage its apartment communities. These companies have onsite staff, including community managers, maintenance teams, and leasing staff. AHC also has Resident Services (RS) staff who are onsite representatives of AHC.

AHC’s Resident Services program reaches 3,000 children, teens, adults, and seniors annually through onsite education, social service programs, and activities.

AHC wants to connect with our communities, so we started this newsletter to share updates. Please get in touch with us if you have feedback or ideas for newsletter content.


Or call 703-486-0626 x1126.

Waterfront Station Property Highlight

Waterfront Station II is a mixed-use development in Washington, DC’s growing Southwest neighborhood, less than a block from a Metro station and three blocks from The Wharf. The 12-story, 400,000 sq. ft. building has 449 apartments, including 136 apartments that are affordable.

The community is adjacent to a Safeway grocery store and public library. It also has a performing arts/theater space, and onsite childcare.

AHC Teens on a Winning Streak!

The Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND) recently honored two students from AHC communities.

This year GenerationHAND honored scholarship recipient Toromo Funsho (left, above) and Children’s Essay Contest winner, Hermon Weldegiorgis (right, with parents). 

HAND is a nonprofit with 450+ member organizations collaborating to create and preserve affordable housing in the Baltimore, Washington, and Richmond Capital Region. Their program, GenerationHAND, equips "emerging leaders" for success in public and commercial sectors.

AHC couldn’t be prouder of these inspiring young residents!

Summer Camp Recap!

Every year, AHC hosts our youth and teens in a six-week summer camp. 

Our campers enjoyed pool visits, cupcake decorating, outdoor activities, and field trips - all while strengthening their math and reading skills.

AHC's summer camp provides a platform for children to foster social and emotional growth through new friendships. It also aids in the prevention of learning loss through fun educational activities.

Want to learn more? 

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Resident Concern Guide

At AHC, we strive to deliver good customer service and communication to our residents. We have heard your concerns and developed a Resident Concern Guide to help facilitate a better experience for residents. Guides are available in the communities. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or contact your on-site resident services team.

Contact us at or 703-486-0626 x1126

Register to Vote!

  • Active Participation: Register to vote to actively engage in shaping our community and nation's path forward.
  • Bipartisan Impact: Your registration transcends party lines, contributing to a stronger future for all.
  • Simplicity with Significance: Registering is a simple process with profound implications, influencing decisions that affect everyone.
  • Your Voice, Our Future: Don't miss this chance to have your voice heard. Play a vital role in shaping our shared destiny.

Click here for the Virginia Department of Elections or scan the QR Code.

AHC Moves to More Resident-Centric Fees

AHC recently looked across its portfolio at fees charged to residents – for late rent, pets, key replacements, and more. To ensure fees are fair, consistent, and compassionate, AHC developed a new policy for all its communities going forward.

As a result, at many AHC communities, fees are now significantly lower than in the past.

To find out more about the changes, click here, ask at your leasing office or scan the QR code. 

Arlington Citizenship Scholarship

Arlington County is offering scholarships to help pay for the U.S. naturalization fees.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Live in Arlington, work in Arlington, or attend Arlington citizenship classes

  • Household income of 150-350% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines

  • Eligible for U.S. Citizenship

  • Meet USCIS English Proficiency Guidelines
  • Some restrictions may apply

Call to Apply:


Get in touch!


Phone: (703) 486‑0626 x1126

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