Non-profit/private partnership for adaptive reuse project.
In Petworth, Washington, D.C.
Historic building once served Jewish seniors from 1925 until the late 1960s.
A unique non-profit/private partnership.
Designed with contextual styles to complement the surrounding architecture, the property will also include unique, contemporary features such as public art displays.
LEED Gold certified with an upgraded ‘green’ 10th Street with storm water management, permeable pavers, and innovative landscaping.
91 new construction apartments, townhomes and walkups, 88 adaptive re-use units in an apartment building for seniors, and 8 for-sale homes.
Amenities include a plaza level space for a resident-run café, before and after school tutoring programs, and small business enterprises. Upper levels will have a fitness center, lounges, community space, and a computer room.