Wesley Housing

January 11, 2019 | Impact Stories

One mile west of the Potomac River and Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge rests a partially occupied, 12-unit apartment community for low-income residents. Behind it, on the same parcel, two dilapidated duplexes sit empty. However, Wesley Housing, a respected local non-profit that has built affordable housing for thousands of Northern Virginia residents since 1974, has a vision for this prime, visible property.

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December 17, 2018 | Impact Stories

Project:HOMES doesn’t only improve houses, they improve lives. In areas lacking safe and affordable housing, the nonprofit general contractor’s goal is to build modern affordable housing and advance the safety, accessibility, and energy efficiency in existing homes for low-income individuals and families.

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Expanding Authentic Italian Pizza to RVA

September 24, 2018 | Impact Stories

As an authentic Neapolitan restaurant, Pupatella captures the essence of Naples by serving traditional wood-fired brick oven pizzas, salads, and time-honored appetizers like panzerotti and arancini. Enzo Alagarme, Pupatella’s founder, was born in Naples and learned everything he knows about pizza and cooking from his grandmother.

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