Sedona & Slate

Arlington’s First LEED Gold Residential Project
Sedona|Slate is the kind of community that needs to be part of Arlington County’s future—sustainable, transit-oriented and with an affordable component.
Walter Tejada, Chairman, Arlington County Board of Supervisors
Location: 
Arlington, Virginia
Client: 
The JBG Companies
Architect: 
Collins & Kronstadt
Contract Value: 
$70,000,000
Size: 
472,000 Square Feet
Year Completed: 
2013
Certification: 
LEED Gold
Sector: 

The Sedona & Slate residences are cast-in-place concrete towers that combined, total 472,000 square-feet and include 474 efficiently-designed residential units. The project is Arlington County’s first residential facility to earn LEED Gold residential certification.

The Sedona is a 13-story structure that sits above a four-level, partially-underground garage, while the Slate rises 12 stories above a four-level, below-grade garage. The two structures are connected via a central walkway that features 12,800 square feet of retail space and public access to the internal plaza located behind the two towers. The top floors on each building will provide common areas such as social rooms, fitness centers, and open-air rooftop pools. 

Sustainability

The Sedona & Slate development features a reflective roofing system and water-efficient landscaping. The building utilizes wind power renewable energy credits. Moreover, its urban location is bicycle friendly, close to public transit, and within walking distance of numerous neighborhood restaurants and shops. The building utilizes high-efficiency water fixtures, programmable thermostats, low-VOC paints and adhesives, and ENERGY STAR® appliances. Residents also enjoy preferred garage parking for hybrid and fuel-efficient vehicles.