This month, the Villages at Belvoir is scheduled to break ground on 52 new homes across three neighborhoods for Service Members and their families. The new housing includes 41 townhomes in Dogue Creek Village, six townhomes in Cedar Grove Village, and five (American with Disabilities Act) accessible homes in Woodlawn Village.

“We are glad to see our RCI privatized housing partner taking steps to build additional housing on the installation,” said COL Joshua SeGraves, Fort Belvoir Garrison Commander. “The new homes will help reduce wait lists, allowing more families who wish to live on the installation an opportunity to do so.”

Construction will take place Monday through Saturday during authorized hours to minimize disruption. New homes in Dogue Creek Village will replace decommissioned two-bedroom homes in the neighborhood’s northwest corner, and the Villages expects to complete all projects by April 2022.

The Villages at Belvoir remains committed to furthering its mission of providing high-quality housing for our nation’s Service Members. “We believe that America’s military strength begins at home, which is why we are excited to take a step forward and positively impact quality-of-life in this way,” said Jennifer Watkins, Community Director of the Villages at Belvoir.

If you’re interested in learning more about the upcoming development efforts at The Villages at Belvoir, please reach out to the Family Housing Welcome Center or your local Community Management Office.