The new 6,400 gross sf, two-story (plus finished basement) Group Home replaces a deteriorating Arlington Group Home residence. The new home design offers permanent residence for up to six individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. This fully accessible home is comprised of six bedrooms, all with adjoining accessible bathrooms. The three bedrooms on the main level of the home are fitted with permanently installed mobility lift systems. The home also includes den spaces for 24-hour staff on both the main level and within the finished basement dwelling unit. Unique features of the home include an open kitchen design with accessible millwork features, induction cooking for safety, sensory room spaces for residents' individualized self-regulation, an elevator to connect all three levels, raised gardening beds, and a wheelchair swing at the backyard on-grade patio. The home is equipped with unique audio and visual alarm systems. The home has a Building Management System that is fully integrated into the County's ConnectArlington network for monitoring the home's security and HVAC. The fully commissioned home is set to achieve Viridiant's EarthCraft & Net-Zero Ready Certification. To be eligible for this certification, the new home has been designed and constructed with structural-insulated panels and fluid-applied air and weather barrier at the exterior skin, low-e triple-glazed windows, energy recovery ventilation, a geothermal heating and cooling system, all LED lighting and low-flow plumbing fixtures, photovoltaics on the home's roof, bioretention raingardens in the home's front yard, and an EV charging station at the home's driveway.