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The development team -- led by Lowe Enterprises Mid-Atlantic, Inc. -- included CIM Urban Real Estate Fund LP, a California-based pension fund, Bundy Development Corporation and the Neighborhood Development Company. Marshall Moya Design collaborated with Torti-Gallas and Partners as architects.

The $133 million redevelopment program called for a Safeway store, a Starbucks coffee shop, a dry cleaners, a bank, retail space, and condominium and apartment units. Twenty percent of the space would be set aside for affordable housing and parking. The project was a key feature in the city’s plans to attract new residents and create a vibrant city life near the convention center.
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The design combines the geometry of the two intersecting streets in a form that fronts onto H Street, with the taller portion of the structure to complement the existing height of the Delta Towers building to the west, and then steps down to Bladensburg Road matching the lower scales structures to the north.

The mix of uses starts with street level retail along both H Street and Bladensburg Road to augment the Historic stores and shops that once surrounded both streets. The entrance for the apartments are found at the corner of this intersection containing the well-appointed reception area and management offices. The services will be accessed via the alley at the rear of the site as well as the entrance to the underground parking garage. The heart of the ground floor has the apartment amenities, such as a business center, lounge space/party room with a full service kitchen, wellness center and spa. These amenities are located adjacent to the private and secure outdoor garden terrace, landscaped with native trees and local sustainable vegetation.

The unit layouts are of the state-of-the-art urban lifestyle category with a mix of studio, one, two, and three bedroom capacities. The second through sixth floor units are capped with seventh and eighth floor double height loft style apartments. There are rooftop outdoor terraces that are fully ADA-accessible and green roof areas are found at both levels of the terraces.

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