Union on Queen, at 1515 N. Queen St. in Arlington, is a 12-story building that has set aside 40 percent of its units for low- and middle-income households. (Jeffrey Sauers for Bozzuto)

The Bozzuto Group and nonprofit developer Wesley Housing Development Corporation have opened Union on Queen, a 193-unit apartment community targeting low- and middle-income households in Arlington. Forty percent of the building’s units are designated for households earning 50 or 60 percent of area median income, which is $108,600.

Union on Queen, at 1515 N. Queen St., is a 12-story building designed by architectural firm Davis Carter Scott within walking distance of shops and restaurants and of the Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro stations for Orange, Silver and Blue line service. In addition, the building offers easy access to Interstate 66, Route 50 and the George Washington Parkway for commuters. Georgetown is about a 20-minute walk from the apartments across Key Bridge.

The apartments include studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. They have open floor plans, a balcony or terrace, a full-size washer and dryer, stainless-steel appliances, walk-in closets and keyless entry. Market rate rents range from $2,050 to $2,085 for a studio, $2,260 to $2,845 for a one-bedroom unit and $3,070 to $3,440 for a two-bedroom unit. Three-bedroom units are only available as affordable housing units, with rent based on renters’ income.

Building amenities include a landscaped patio with seating areas surrounding outdoor kitchens, a fire pit and green space. It also has bike storage, a fitness center, a rooftop deck with a bocce court and a lounge with a fireplace, coffee bar and kitchen with views with of the Capitol. The building has concierge services, resident events, laundry valet services and pet services.

For more information, visit www.uniononqueen.com.

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