Mather Completes Land Acquisition for High-Rise CCRC in D.C. Suburbs

by Jeff Shaw

TYSONS, Va. — Mather has completed land acquisition for its previously announced The Mather continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Tysons, approximately 13 miles west of Washington, D.C.

The developer plans to start sitework in 2020 with the first phase of construction scheduled to open in 2023. Entitlements were approved in June.

Although the planned number of units has not been disclosed, Mather says entrance fees will start at $660,000 for apartments ranging from 850 to more than 3,000 square feet. Nearly half of Phase I has been pre-sold, according to the developer.

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