Marine Corps Base Quantico Family Housing by Stephanie Amateis

Quantico, VA
1,134 Military Homes for the Marine Corps

A Closer Look //

Marine Corps Base Quantico Family Housing is a partnership with the U.S. Navy formed to design, construct, and operate military family housing communities for Marine Corps Base Quantico in Prince William County, Virginia. Our team demolished 1,270 homes, built approximately 990 new homes, and renovated 144 historically significant structures for members of the Marine Corps and their families assigned to Quantico. This partnership will manage 1,137 homes at Quantico for the next 50 years.

This public-private partner venture housing project is the single greatest improvement in the quality of life at Marine Corps Base Quantico.
— Col. James W. Lukeman, Chief of Staff, Marine Corps Base Quantico
I’ve been a Marine for 13 years, and this is by far the best house I’ve ever lived in. This is how our Marines should be treated.
— Maj. Jason Drake, Resident, The Bricks
We have 80 years of history here. We’ve heard so many stories about how tight-knit the community has always been here and keeping these buildings enabled us to be a part of that community and keep that camaraderie alive for us. This has been just the greatest living experience.
— Jessica Drake, Resident, The Bricks
It’s been an honor to be involved in this history-making project that serves first and foremost the needs of our service men and women, while at the same time providing for the preservation of important buildings.
— Kathleen S. Kilpatrick, Director and State Historic Preservation Officer, Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Recent Recognition //