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Monday Properties Achieves Fitwel ® 2.1 Certification for Premier Properties in Arlington, Virginia

March 23, 2022
Buildings earn Fitwel Version 2.1 for their design, construction, and sustainability principles

Monday Properties, a dynamic real estate investment firm and industry-leading developer, today announced that it has achieved Fitwel 2.1 certification at several premier properties in Arlington, Virginia, including 1000 and 1100 Wilson Boulevard, 1501 and 1515 Wilson Boulevard, 1101 Wilson Boulevard, and 1812 N. Moore Street. This recognition is another example of Monday Properties’ commitment to sustainability and wellness focused solutions for its tenants and visitors. Following the recent achievement of the Fitwel Viral Response Module (VRM) certification at the entity level—which focuses on strategies and policies designed to mitigate viral transmission through an office portfolio—Fitwel 2.1 is a recognition of evidence-based design and operations strategies that support the physical, mental, and social health of tenants.

Fitwel, created by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. General Services Administration with the Center for Active Design, is a rigorous, third-party healthy building certification that sets the industry standard for advancing human health through design and operational strategies. Fitwel addresses health as an interconnected system, scoring properties on categories such as well-being, community health, occupant safety, and physical activity.

“This recognition is a result of the best practices our operations team continues to carry out to enhance our buildings, and also highlights the execution of elements such as design and project delivery,” said Ginnette Brock, Vice President of Property Management at Monday Properties. “Receiving the Fitwel 2.1 certification in addition to earning the Fitwel VRM certification speaks to our continued efforts to create positive environments and shared spaces for our tenants.”

Monday Properties works tirelessly to reach the highest standards for occupant health and well-being. High walkability scores and access to commuter routes and public parks are some of the many criteria that need to be met for a property to receive the Fitwel 2.1 certification. Ensuring access to amenities such as walking trails, the Rosslyn Farmers Market, and Freedom Park is part of Monday Properties’ larger commitment to connecting tenants with regular outdoor health and wellness opportunities. With a wide range of Class A amenities, tenants also have access to indoor fitness facilities and multi-purpose collaboration rooms, such as the Elevation Conference Center and Lounge at 1812 N. Moore.

Through this designation, Monday Properties has established itself as a leader in promoting positive health outcomes for occupants. To learn more about the Fitwel 2.1 certification, visit

About Monday Properties:

Monday Properties is a vertically integrated real estate investment firm that owns, operates, develops and invests in a dynamic portfolio of mixed-use properties. Since 2002, the firm has completed over 86 property transactions representing 35 million square feet and $16 billion in capital value. Monday Properties uses their comprehensive strategy based on high-growth markets and opportunistic investments to deliver unique commercial and residential investment offerings that transform communities and focus on connectivity. The company’s current portfolio totals more than 5 million square feet of commercial office space, as well as 3,600 multi-family units that are either developed, planned or under construction. For more information on Monday Properties, please visit

About Fitwel

Fitwel is the world's leading certification system committed to building health for all. Generated by expert analysis of 5,600+ academic research studies, Fitwel is implementing a vision for a healthier future where all buildings and communities are enhanced to strengthen health and well-being. Fitwel was originally created by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention and U.S. General Services Administration. The CDC remains the research and evaluation partner for Fitwel. The Center for Active Design (CfAD), a global not-for-profit organization, maintains the Fitwel standard and conducts objective third-party assessments that lead to certified projects. CfAD's new business unit, Adai (pronounced "a-DAY"), is charged with expanding Fitwel to the global market, administering the program while providing best-in-class customer service and technical support. To learn more about Fitwel, please visit: