Cardinal Management Group, Inc. Welcomes Four New Clients in August
As the summer wanes and we inch closer to fall, our team has been busy as ever as we welcome new clients into our family and continue working closely with our ever-expanding portfolio of HOAs and community associations. And we’re proud to announce that we were able to welcome four new clients in August alone.
Read on to learn more about our newest clients who we have the pleasure of serving the D.C. metro area.
The Greens at Amyclae (Stafford, VA)
A spacious community comprised of 200 single-family homes, The Greens at Amyclae is a family-friendly neighborhood that includes three tot lots and ample walking trails. Perhaps the most unique aspect of this community, however, is that it actually features two cemeteries that make it a distinct place to call home. Most importantly, this community is filled with a fantastic group of people, and we couldn’t be more thrilled about getting to work with them.
Fairfax Station (Fairfax, VA)
Fairfax Station is a gorgeous 540-home community that’s self-managed by a great group of volunteers that we now have the honor of partnering with. This is a unique partnership that will allow us to work closely with this community’s HOA while providing our expertise via covenants and architectural services.
Midtown North (Reston, VA)
We’re excited to welcome Midtown North, a 78-residence midrise condominium, back to the Cardinal Management Group, Inc. family! These residences offer fantastic views of the surrounding area and some incredible amenities for residents to enjoy, and this will be the second time that we’ll be working closely with the condo association.
South Cove (Dumfries, VA)
South Cove is a charming 217-townhome community located just minutes from our corporate offices. We’re proud to announce that we’ve partnered with its HOA, and we’re looking forward to helping this well-established neighborhood even better for its current and future residents.
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