The Ward Building, now under construction on the east side of Route I-270 near the Shady Grove exit, will have more than 94,000 square feet of office, computer and warehouse space. The Ward Corp., headed by Richard Ward, plans to move its commercial and residential development firm into 20,000 square feet of the building designed by Donald N. Coupard Associates. Completion is scheduled next June. The Carey Winston Co. is exclusive leasing agent.
Capital City Federal Savings and Loan Association has arranged new permanent financing of $1.6 million for the 161-unit, seven-story Valley Vista apartment building at 2032 Belmont Rd. NW. It is owned by a limited partnership.
Chris Coile, president of a real estate firm in Annapolis, Md., bearing his name, has been installed as president of the Anne Arundel County Board of Realtors.
Arlington Realty Corp. has joined National Home Relocation Service, a network of independent brokers offering relocation services to clients in 3,000 communites nationwide.
Applications for construction training apprenticeships in bricklaying, carpentry, electrical work, plumbing and other crafts may be obtained from the Metropolitan Washington chapter of the Associated Builders & Contrators, 912 Thayer Ave., Suite 302, Silver Spring, Md. 20910, weekdays.
The 11th annual designers' auction of the National Home Fashiions League will be held Nov. 6, at the Tysons Corner Shopping Mall. The project benefits the area NHFL chapter's education fund.
A public hearing will be held Thursday in the office building auditorium of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, 4017 Hamilton St., Hyattsville concerning conservation-oriented water and sewer rate plans for 1978.