Marshall Moya Design was part of the redevelopment team for the Meridian Hill Hall building, located at 2601 16th Street, NW, in Washington DC. The development was part of Howard University's broader portfolio management strategy to support the university's academic and community missions. This location had become ground zero for the rapid growth and influx of new residents in DC's population boom. The development team was led by Peebles Corporation, Inc. The $48 million redevelopment program called for a mix of apartments, public and community spaces, and a private pool and relaxation area for residents. Twenty percent of the space would be set aside for affordable housing and parking. This project was at the heart of the revitalization of the District, serving as a home to new residents that embrace Washington’s historic neighborhoods and enjoy its urban lifestyle.