This high rise mixed use project will include a 125 room boutique hotel along with apartments, and university facilities and a retail podium. The iconic form is meant to create a symbolic and physical gateway to the university district. The design concept is based on creating a diagonal path through the site and a new gateway or center for students of the University. This diagonal pattern is then repeated up into the structure creating a series of interlocking spaces and forms.
DC Micro-Unit Project Proposes Going Carless May 23, 2013 15 Comments by Shilpi Paul The Church Street project, from the back. Courtesy of Peter Fillat. One of the most interesting things about a new apartment project in Logan Circle may be its stance on cars. Developer Brook Rose is proposing […]
400 E. Pratt owner eyes two restaurants as part of makeover Gary Haber Staff Reporter- Baltimore Business Journal A makeover of 400 E. Pratt St. may include the addition of two national restaurants that would be new to Baltimore, the building’s owner said Thursday. PDL Associates, the building’s owner, also […]
This mixed-use redevelopment is comprised of multiple structures located at the Lexington Square Super Block. This regentrification project is aimed at revitalizing a once prestigious Baltimore neighborhood that has fallen into great disrepair. The project will rehabilitate a portion of the existing structures as well as adding new low rise spaces and two high rise