Plans made for new senior living center in Arlington; $1.5 million town office expansion plan pitched in Lovettsville

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Tuesday, March 12.

A new senior living center, which would be the first to be built in Arlington in decades, could soon be coming to a property along Lee Highway. McLean-based Artis Senior Living has filed plans with the county to build a six-story facility near Cherrydale. (WTOP)

Lovettsville Town Manager Rob Ritter presented a plan to the Town Council to expand the 1,250-square-foot town hall into a 4,180-square foot building on the same site. It would double the office space and would cost the town $1.5 million to complete. (Loudoun Now)

The new Kaiser Permanente medical center planned in Woodbridge will receive a public hearing by the Prince William Board of County Superiors on March 19. (InsideNoVA)

Arlington officials have pitched Amazon on a program that would slash the company’s business license tax burden after it moves into National Landing. It could help Amazon slash its Business, Professional and Occupational License tax by as much as 72 percent for the next decade. (ArlNow)

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