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Townhomes at Briarcliff PBV Waitlist Opening

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Townhomes at Briarcliff located in Vienna, VA will be opening our waitlist to accept applications for our Fairfax County Project-Based Voucher three and four bedrooms units

Thursday, December 5, 2019
from
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
6925 Columbia Pike, Annandale, VA 22003

All applicants 18 years and older
must be present to apply

You must bring a valid picture ID and proof of social security number

Please note that this is only the first step to being placed on the wait list. This is not an offer of housing.

This community follows HUD income guidelines and
policies.  Credit and criminal background checks will be performed.

Townhomes at Briarcliff
Phone: 703-207-9770
TTY:711

 

Quantum Wins at the 2019 PACE Awards

PACE AwardsThe Property Management Association recognized the best communities in the industry at the 9th Annual Apartment Community Excellence(PACE) Awards Ceremony, held October 17, 2019, at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel.

Ten Quantum-managed communities were recognized, continuing Quantum’s dedication to excellence through professionally managing communities with expertise, knowledge, and passion, making our communities physically and fiscally secure, and enriching the lives of our residents.

Covenant Village Apartments (Germantown, MD)
Senior MD Winner

Marywood Apartments (Manassas, VA)
Senior VA Winner

Vida Brightwood Senior Residences (Washington, DC)
Affordable DC Winner

Mrs. Philippines Home for Senior Citizens (Oxon Hill, MD)
Distinguished Senior Community

Elmwood House (Arlington, VA)
Distinguished Senior Community

Emerson House (Bladensburg, MD)
Distinguished Senior Community

Morris Glen Apartments (Alexandria, VA)
Distinguished Senior Community

Evergreen House (Annandale, VA)
Distinguished Senior Community

Gum Springs Glen Apartments (Alexandria, VA)
Distinguished Senior Community

 

The Property Management Association’s Apartment Community Excellence Awards recognize excellence in the management of multifamily residential properties.

PMA established criteria that only honor truly exceptional properties. Esteemed property management professionals serve as judges. They have the knowledge and experience to look past veneers to truly evaluate a property’s ability to deliver superior living experiences. The criteria judges use to evaluate communities include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Landscaping/Grounds/Curb Appeal
  • Reception Area/Leasing Center
  • Building Interior; Building Health and Safety
  • Common Areas and Amenities
  • Resident Services
  • Resident Events and Activities
  • Marketing Outreach
  • Community Service and
  • Resident Retention

Awards are given in four categories to help assure apples-to-apples comparisons. The award categories are

  • Market rate
  • Lease-up (properties less than a year old)
  • Affordable (Any tax credit/government assisted program)
  • Senior (55+ communities that are 75% senior, including those that are affordable)

Within the four categories, properties compete against those with comparable rents in the same state.

National Night Out with Quantum

National Night Out logoNational Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community.

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Copeland Manor and NHT-Enterprise Encourage Watershed Sustainability through Art

Storm drain muralDon’t Throw Your Trash Where the Fish Splash
By NHT Sustainability Manager Kathleen Berube

Few of us routinely think about our personal actions and the quality of our watershed. Why would we? We’re all busy, wrapped up in our daily lives. We don’t consider the impact of the bottle we saw on the ground, the trash that blew by or the soap we used to wash our car. Even though we may not be aware, our actions have a tremendous impact on the quality of stormwater. Many seemingly benign actions have a very real detrimental effect on aquatic ecosystems. Changing our behaviors is not hard, but sometimes we need a little reminder.

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Thirty Years of Team Quantum and CF Great Strides

Team QuantumTeam Quantum walked in our 30th Great Strides Walk on May 9, 2018 in Bethesda, Maryland.

This year we have lots to be thankful for but we still have lots to strive for also.  In December 2016 our son & friend, Danny (now 33 years old), miraculously received a double lung transplant.  Over the past few years Danny’s lungs have been failing rapidly but he now has renewed hope.  Unfortunately the transplant does not come without some new challenging medical problems that have Danny in and out of the hospital on a regular basis.  Although his lungs are CF free the rest of his body is still fighting CF, and in addition, he is taking an incredible amount of strong medicines to prevent rejection.

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