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Marshall Moya Design is Associate Architect, in collaboration with Detroit-based ROSSETTI, for the District's new Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA).  A historically significant site for architectural innovation and economic vitality for communities east of the Anacostia River, the St. Elizabeth’s East Campus is part of a group of neighborhoods that are particularly meaningful to the District of Columbia. The plan for St. Elizabeth’s East is to create a wealth of new employment and investment opportunities east of the river and to become a hub for new housing, workforce development, high tech innovation, and educational and cultural activity.  The intent is to contribute to a vibrant and sustainable neighborhood, with space for office, retail, education and entertainment.

The ESA will be an innovative venue, that is a state-of-the-art, new hybrid of NBA training facility coupled with a performance hall. The 4,200 seat arena will serve as the home court for the Washington Mystics and practice facility for the Washington Wizards. This facility will provide a much-needed boost to on-going redevelopment in Ward 8, spur greater opportunities for residents, and help create more “pathways to the middle class” as part of Mayor Muriel Bowser’s series of initiatives to create economic opportunity for District communities.

Through proposed selection of beautiful and sustainable materials, the physicality of the building will be compatible with the existing St. Elizabeths Campus while also identifying the Arena as a contemporary new urban landmark. The main exterior cladding material of large-scale brick toned metal panels communicates a strong connection to the existing St. Elizabeths historic red brick structures in a unique and visually compelling way. The design also brings many community-friendly elements; the cafe space, for example, will be accessible to the public realm -- from both sidewalk and concourse axis points -- so that the community may enjoy retail options even when the Arena is not hosting events.

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Among a full slate of dining options, the National Market is part of MGM’s $1.3 billion resort and casino project in Prince George’s County. The Marshall Moya Design team has worked closely with MGM to frame the concept for the food hall, inspired by an outdoor urban market, where a variety of tastes, spices and culinary experiences can be found in an authentic, intimate and casual setting. Like most food hall concepts, National Market will be approachable, convenient and affordable. But here, each venue will not only have an individual identity, it will tell a colorful story through unique, and sometimes unexpected, culinary and design accents. The Market’s mexican venue, Amos Los Tacos, transports visitors to the Southwest, with its tangy house-made salsas; special water-jet cut tile in the space matches a mosaic inspired by flowers found in Mexico. S’cream, an old-fashioned ice cream shoppe, offers creamy house-made ice creams, and sends customers back to the 1950s with a retro color palette and creative 3D subway tile. Bahn Mi Vietnamese Kitchen will feature fresh green papaya and thai basil on Vietnamese sandwiches, served under specially-designed lighting that resembles straw accents one might find in a South East Asian market. 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The site, located in the Mount Vernon Triangle area of the city, was formerly a parking lot. The project was advertised and awarded through the RLA Revitalization Corporation (RLARC). 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 vision for the design of this dealership evolved from the desire to unite the presentation of the brand in the media with the actual retail experience. The $9 million project included 48,000 sq. ft. for the building and 64,000 sq. ft. for the parking garage.   The ground floor of the façade is transparent to clearly display the automobiles. The sleek showroom is free of the usual office furniture typically found in automobile dealerships. Marshall Moya Design provided an interior facade following the lines of the stair towers, forming “buttresses” of glass-walled offices for the sales team members. The balcony at the mezzanine level connects to the glass and steel elevator at the apex of the space with a bridge. 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Moda Optic, an optical boutique in Rockville, Maryland, was designed as a showroom for haute couture eyewear. The building brought to life the unique vision of the first-time business owner. Marshall Moya Design developed a setting that branded the client’s business concept through interior design and set the stage for future expansion. The use of rich oak cabinetry and stylized, built-in displays helped to convey Moda Optic’s sense of personalized “Optical Couture” with an atmosphere similar to a distinguished Fifth Avenue retail store, bringing high style to this suburban location.

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