From marketing to operations to customer satisfaction, our team consistently earns accolades from respected industry associations.


Everywhere you look, you can see the innovation and the dedication providing world class communities and fantastic amenities to our families.
— Col. John Strycula, Fort Belvoir Garrison Commander
This project [Ten at Clarendon] will bring a new kind of live-work option, six new affordable housing units, and ground-floor retail to the heart of Clarendon. It will add to Clarendon’s vibrancy and attract the entrepreneurs and small businesses that help our community thrive.
— Jay Fisette, Arlington County Board Member
When I look at this building [Fort Belvoir], I see an attractive structure that will serve military families for decades to come.
— Col. Jerry Blixt, Installation Commander
I’ve always found that in a rising tide, you have to find a way to lift the boats on the tide. That’s what CRC will offer at this site [Flat at Atlas].
— Anwar Saleem, Executive Director of H street youth employment
Love living here! Everyone is so friendly and helpful. Beautiful building and great gym too! I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a great apartment and community!
— Julia Seeberger, Ten at Clarendon Resident
I’ve been a Marine for 13 years, and this is by far the best house I’ve ever lived in. This is how our Marines should be treated.
— Major Jason Drake, Resident at The Bricks
In my 31 years in uniform, I cannot think of a more significant or successful quality of life initiative. The Patriot and Freedom Homes at Fort Belvoir are clearly an example of what can be done when an innovative and talented team comes together...
— Del Eulberg, Major General (Ret.), USAF
This beautiful building and the amazing teachers, administrators, and students who occupy it are testament to a collaborative labor of love of a scope I’ve never seen in my 25 years in the United States Air Force...
— Ken Rizer, Col., Joint Base Andrews 11th Wing commander
The least that we can do is to raise the quality of life of the men and women who choose to serve in uniform and choose to protect us. If we deploy soldiers to foreign nations around the world, maybe just the thought that their families are back at home in safe, comfortable housing makes their lives just a little bit easier.
— Richard Pombo, Former Congressman
Your work assures the Army families of our nation…will have homes and a community that compares favorably in every way to those available to the public citizens who they defend.
— Mr. Geoffrey Prosch, Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations and Environment