The Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority will hold a public hearing Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Edsall Park elementary school in Springfield to discuss a proposal to build 135 units of federally assisted apartments on Edsall Road just west of the Alexandria line. For information, dial 691-3084.
A RE/MAX Suburbia office has been opened at 150 S. Washington St., Falls Church, where the borker-owners are William Hardin and Jack Dicks.
Calvert, St. Mary's and Charles county members of the Suburban Maryland Home Builders Asociatin will meet Tuesday evening at the Hawthorne Country Club in LaPlata. Samuel Barrow, an executive with Kettler Brothers, will discuss sales and marketing.
The Northern Virginia Board of Realtors will mark Private Property Week, beginning April 17, by installing an exhibit at the Springfield Mall.
The Metropolitan Washington Home Builders Associatin will hear R. Robert Linowes, president of the Metropolitan Washington Board of Trade, at a dinner meeting to be held Thursday at the Washingtonian Country Club. Linowes is a widely known zoning attorney.
Lawrence B. Simons, assistant secretary in the Department of Housing and Urban Development, will be the speaker Tuesday noon when the Manufactured Housing Institute holds its 42d annual meeting at the Hyatt Regency. Sen. Alan Cranston (D-Calif.) will speak to the group Tuesday evening at the same loccation.
The second annual convention of the Potomac Association of Housing Cooperatives will be held April 15 at the Holiday Inn in Alexandria. For information, dial 301-567-5100.
The VVKR Partnership, which recently won the honor award in a design competition held in Prince George's County for its work on Marlboro hall, has been awarded a contract to redesign the ambulatory care facility at Prince George's General Hospital and Medical Center.
Jane Perkins of the General's Highway office of the Chris Coile realtor firm in the Annapolis area, has received an associate broker's license.