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187-Unit Development on the Boards in Southwest DC Looks For Key Approval
The second phase of a two building apartment project that has been in the works for years in Southwest DC may be one step closer to reality.
2021 AIA Maryland Excellence in Design Awards
Anthem II, designed alongside David Baker Architects, has been awarded Jury Citation in Multi-Family Residential Architecture in the 2021 AIA Maryland Excellence in Design Awards.
New apartments coming to Brentwood in Northeast D.C.
Construction is underway at 1400 Montana Ave. NE on a 108-unit apartment building adjacent to RIA, a mixed-income, mixed-use redevelopment of the 20-acre Brookland Manor property.
MidCity Breaks Ground on 1400 Montana Opportunity Zone Project
Designed by Maurice Walters Architect, PC, the apartment building will feature amenities including a fitness center, lounge, co-working spaces, dog washing station, bike room, and multipurpose amenity room spilling out onto a landscaped rooftop terrace.
Construction on New Monroe Street Market Building Almost Complete
The newest building, located on the southeast corner of Seventh and Monroe Streets, will be called The Everton and will complete the final phase of the Monroe Street Market development.
Patterson House wins Chapter Design Award in Historic Resources/Preservation
We had the privilege to work with Hartman-Cox Architects on the Patterson House in Washington, DC. The renovated mansion was awarded the Chapter Design Award in Historic Resources/Preservation by Architecture DC in the Fall of 2019.
450 Units Including Family-Sized Condos: The Plans for the Key Bridge Marriott
A 60 year-old key site in Rosslyn is on the road to redevelopment.
Up to 108 Apartments Proposed to Replace Langdon Church
A partnership including the developer has applied to the Board of Zoning Adjustment to replace the Historic Berean Baptist Church at 1400 Montana Avenue NE (map) with up to 108 apartments.
Monroe Street Market's Final Phase Begins Construction, Seeks Grocery Anchor Read
Construction has begun on Monroe Street Market's final phase, a 156-unit apartment building with 16K SF of retail at Seventh and Monroe streets NE. The apartment building was designed by architect Maurice Walters.
Monroe Street Market Gets Zoning Approval
"Back in January, we wrote that the final phase of Monroe Street Market might finally be moving forward..."
Last Phase of Monroe Street Market has Been Granted Approval
The developers behind Monroe Street Market, a major mixed-use project that has helped revitalize the Brookland neighborhood, are moving forward with its final phase.
Boutique Luxury Building leads the Way as Bethesda Extends Urban Boundaries
The downtown Bethesda shopping district in Montgomery County gets all the attention and sidewalk traffic, but it's the northern end of town, next to the National Institutes of Health campus, that's beginning to eke out a little more of the urban limelight.
An Interview with an Architect
Throughout their work in the District, Maurice Walters Architects aims their design focus towards sustainability.
Brookland: Where Change and Charm Collide
"...a new symbol is stealing the show: giant white letters painted on the eastern face of the Brookland Works building, stretching almost two floors high, that spell out the neighborhood’s name for all to see."
Buchanan School Redevelopment
From Insight Property Group, townhomes adjacent to the Buchanan School property site. Maurice Walters Architects, SK&I Architects and Quinn Evans Architects are the architects for the project.
HPRB Approves Town Center East Redevelopment Plans
Last Thursday, developer The Bernstein Companies and architect Maurice Walters presented their updated plans for Town Center East to the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB), and the plans met with the board’s approval.
Why One Developer Is Bullish On Bethesda's Condo Market
"Reston-based developer Duball LLC has broken ground on a luxury residential project by Woodmont Avenue and Battery Lane in Bethesda, where it is hoping to tap what it sees as a strong and rising demand for high-end condo units in the area."
A Closer Look At The Townhome And Condo Project Planned For Capitol Hill Schoolhouse
"A developer’s plan to turn a 2.13-acre site in Capitol Hill into 41 townhomes and 40 condos is moving forward at the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) this month. "
AIA|DC Picks The Best Architectural Designs Of The Year
This week, AIA | DC released its 2014 Chapter Design Awards highlighting some of the best architectural design, including categories like urban planning and interior architecture, produced in the DC region this year.