DC Residential High-Rise In NoMa Neighborhood Features Striking Brick And Metal Façade
D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood was named for its location on Massachusetts Avenue, “North of Massachusetts Avenue.” The emergent area is renowned for its adaption of unused industrial lots, and is the new home of Union Place. The 525-unit residential building stands 14-stories high and was designed by Virginia’s own Davis Carter Scott (DCS Design).
University Building Attracts Students With Stunning Multi-Metal Exterior Façade
The Kaplan Hall on the SUNY Orange Newburgh Campus is a 90,000 square-foot building designed by JMZ Architects & Planners. The building features classroom space, nursing school, library and a three-story café. The structure sits atop the campus’ 345,000 square-foot subterranean parking facility.
Inventive Dimensions: Apartment Complex Wows With Stunning Perforated Aluminum Balconies
The apartment complex on L’Ile-Saint-Denis in Paris features undulating balconies composed of perforated metal. Designed by Peripheriques Marin+Trottin and Jumeau Architectes, the project overlooks the Seine river. Major construction is underway on L’Ile-Saint-Denis in anticipation for the upcoming 2024 Olympic Games.
DC Rental Property Features Stunning Exterior With Metal, Glass, And Protruding Balconies
The mixed-use development, The Yards, in Washington’s Capitol Riverfront, sits on 42-acres of historic property. The construction consists of the preservation and adaptive reuse of historic buildings redefined into residential, office and retail spaces
SHOP TALK: The Emergence Of Mixed Use Developments In Urban Communities
Mixed use, as the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware describes, is “one of the ten principles of Smart Growth, a planning strategy that seeks to foster community design and development that serves the economy, community, public health and the environment.”