Planned Companies Grows in the Mid-Atlantic

– Planned Companies announces two new wins in Springfield & Arlington, VA –

 

LORTON, VA – October 25, 2013 — Planned Companies, a leader in the janitorial, maintenance, security, and concierge services industry, continues to grow in the Mid-Atlantic region through its service division based in Lorton, VA.  With an impressive residential and commercial client portfolio, Planned Companies is the leading janitorial and maintenance services provider in the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Planned Companies continues to grow in Virginia with two recent wins; Residences at Springfield Station and Archstone Crystal Place Apartments.

The Residences at Springfield Station – Springfield, VA

The Residences at Springfield Station, just steps from the Franconia-Springfield Metro and across the street from Springfield Mall, give residents an ideal location with easy access to all major highways. The property features an exceptional clubhouse, fitness center and a full-service business center, complete with conference room. Each apartment home offers a spacious, open layout with modern finishes that perfectly compliment any lifestyle.

Archstone Crystal Place Apartments – Arlington, VA

Located just one block from the Crystal City Metro, Crystal Place Apartments in Arlington, VA is the perfect location. Minutes from downtown DC, the Pentagon, Capitol Hill and Ronald Reagan National Airport, Crystal Place offers easy access to the Metro, Virginia Railway Express and I-395. These one- and two- bedroom apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows with amazing views, walk-in closets, GE appliances and in-home washer and dryer.

About Planned Companies

Planned Companies, headquartered in Parsippany, NJ, consists of three real estate service divisions – Planned Building Services, Inc. – Planned Security Services, Inc. and Planned Lifestyle Services, Inc. Through these service brands, Planned provides industry leading janitorial, maintenance, concierge/front desk and security services to a wide array of clients.

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