| 1936 (1936)-1939|
Wednesday 8:47 AM
| Colonial Revival|
11 April 2003
| S. 13th St., S. 13 Rd., S. 16th St., S. Barton S., S. Cleveland St. and Edgewood St., Arlington, Virginia|
Ring, Gustave; Warwick, Harvey
Garden Apartments, Apartment Houses and Apartment Complexes in Arlington County, Virginia MPS
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Arlington Village Historic District (Arlington, Virginia) Wikipedia
The Arlington Village Historic District is a national historic district located at Arlington County, Virginia. It contains 657 contributing buildings (including 656 apartment units) in a residential neighborhood in South Arlington. The area was constructed in 1939, and is a planned garden apartment community that incorporates recreational areas, open spaces, a swimming pool and courtyards within five superblocks. It also includes a shopping center consisting of six stores. The garden apartments are presented as two-story, brick rowhouses with Colonial Revival detailing. There are three building types distinguished by the roof form: flat, gambrel, or gable. Arlington Village was the first large-scale rental project in Arlington County and the first Federal Housing Administration-insured garden apartment development.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.