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Arlington's Rolling Hills CC to be subdivided

Arlington Country Club Closure Opens Up Housing/Commercial Opportunities

Hundreds of suburban homes, senior living, townhomes, trails and businesses may take the place of recently closed Rolling Hills Country Club. If approved, a plan being circulated will create a new batch of housing and retail on the last large patch of green space in north Arlington.

Helen Moise, District 1 council member who represents Arlington’s north side, says the plans could add more housing options for business executives aside from the master-planned community Viridian 10 minutes away. “If we’re going to bring jobs to Arlington, then we also have to bring housing,” Moise says. “We have to bring in housing that executives want to live in.”

Provident Realty Advisors has been granted an opportunity to make a pitch to the city. The city’s planning and zoning commission will look at Provident’s plans and if approved, the plans will go before city council Sept. 27.


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