Columbia Heights Revitalization
Washington, District of Columbia
The redevelopment of Columbia Heights, one of Washington’s oldest neighborhoods, has restored the community to its former vibrancy. Three projects, all clustered around the existing Metro station, animate 14th Street with new retail and residential activity.
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This new high-rise apartment building contains 153 condominiums and a 75 unit affordable senior housing complex. Ground floor retail includes cafes with outdoor seating. The façade design features an eclectic mix of styles designed to animate the long street front.
This new high-rise building contains 229 apartment units and 19,000 square feet of ground floor retail. Inspired by the local Art Deco style, the structure makes a new piazza at the subway entrance and incorporates an existing Metro cooling tower in its facade.
Adjacent to the historic Tivoli Theater, this new mid-rise building contains 18,000 square feet of retail and 131 apartment units, including efficiencies and lofts. The building’s bays, cornices and façade composition are inspired by the architecture of the adjacent historic Tivoli Theater and Riggs Bank.
Transit Oriented Development
AwardsBuilder's Choice Award, Grand, Infill Community, 2008
Delta Associates Multifamily Awards, Best Mixed-Use Rental, 2008
ULI Award of Excellence for the Americas, 2010
588 total units
57,000 sf of retail
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