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2230 North fairfax drive
Arlington, va 22201

Contact: Stephen Smith, Sr. Vice president
Phone: 703-486-0626
Fax: 703-486-0653

AHC Inc's purpose is to produce, preserve, manage, advocate for and finance affordable rental and owner-occupied housing. AHC operates programs in the Mid-Atlantic region to low and moderate income families and individuals. As an extension of our rental housing program, AHC offers educational services to strengthen our residents' economic and social stability.


AHC's Multi-family division both produces and preserves affordable rental communities. Our Homeownership programs offer affordable homes to purchase, low interest loans for home renovations, and grants to help the physically challenged homeowners improve the accessibility of their homes. Our Mortgage Services group provides affordable mortgages. The AHC resident services program works with over 1,800 children and adults through seven AHC community centers. Services include after-school programs, senior activities, summer camps and other activities to improve residents' lives.

Client Population

AHC's client population is primarily low and moderate income families and individuals in the mid-Atlantic region.


AHC's mission isn't just about bricks and mortar. Its about improving lives of low and moderate income people who live in our communities. Today, AHC owns and operates more than 3,000 units in 28 apartment communities. Our resident services program makes a real difference in the lives of more than 1,800 children and adults. Our homeownership programs have helped more than 1,400 families through loans and building affordable homeownership communities. AHC Management LLC currently manages more than 2,500 units in over 20 properties.


Developed by AHC Inc., The Shelton is a brand new, 94-unit affordable apartment building located in the Nauck community of Arlington, Virginia. The Shelton was developed through a variety of funding sources, including a $500,000 low-interest rate loan from the Calvert Foundation. Residents began moving into the building in January 2009. Full Story

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