Article in Bethesda Now about KGD's 7001 Arlington Blvd.Read More >
Join the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) in celebrating the start of construction of APAH’s The Springs Apartments, a 104-unit mixed use development that will add 98 new affordable units to the Ballston area in North Arlington and open in fall 2016. This free groundbreaking event will bring together Arlington County elected leadership and staff, neighbors and affordable housing supporters and include remarks from County leadership, the neighboring community and our partners. Refreshments will be included.
The Arlington County Board has approved two major housing developments along Columbia Pike: a large apartment building for low- and moderate-income residents, and a mostly market-rate townhouse project that will replace a complex built by the federal government 70 years ago to house displaced African American families. Click link to continue...Read More >
Modera Tempo celebrates its grand opening.VIEW PROJECT Read More >
The world has moved beyond sustainable green buildings. As resources dwindle and more knowledge about how being inside buildings all day effects humans; buildings, their surroundings, and the amenities supplied to workers continues to grow.Read More >
Arlington Mill Residences, Arlington’s first committed affordable housing community using Public Land for Public Good, was named Best Housing Development in Virginia, the highest award presented during the Virginia Governor’s Housing Conference Awards Luncheon.VIEW PROJECT Read More >
Arlington Mill Residences, an affordable housing community in Arlington, Va. has been named “Best Housing Development in Virginia.”VIEW PROJECT
KGD Architectures #Gnomemorehunger Jayson Werth Gnome received local and national attentionRead More >
Canstruction, an annual charitable function put on by the American Institute of Architects of
Northern Virginia (AIA NoVa) for the greater metropolitan real estate/construction industry. The charity hosts competitions and exhibitions showcasing colossal structures made entirely out of cans of food. For this year’s competition KGD Architecture built a 750 pound Jayson Werth Gnome, reaching close to 10ft tall.
Aligned with the firm’s upcoming 20th anniversary, KGD Architecture celebrates continuity, longevity and dedication with the
announcing of promotions of Associate Principal, Senior Associates and Associates.
These individuals are recognized for their performance, leadership and commitment to design excellence. Each plays a critical role in the overall success of the firm and have the ability to influence broader decision making for the future.