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  • Location: Washington, DC
  • Content: From the heart of Washington, D.C.’s rising NoMa (North of Massachusetts Avenue NE) neighborhood comes this new-build13-story, 438-unit multi-family high-rise. The space brings the design strengths of hospitality to the quickly evolving multi-family industry with an elevated lifestyle in mind.

    The interiors pay homage to the neighborhood’s Irish-industrial “Swampoodle” roots, with unique moments found around every corner. Special features include exposed steel garage doors, hanging mailboxes, a vintage boiler fireplace, and tricked-out lounge amenities. The custom design promotes creativity and communal living, a coveted trait for millennials who prefer city life over the suburbs.

    20,000 SF of amenity space also attracts the demographic, catering to the entrepreneurship, behavior, and social appetite of its tenants. Individual and cooperative teched-out workspaces provide ample opportunities for both business and socialization, a work-life balance only further supported by lifestyle spaces, such as the on-site dog park and yoga room. The rooftop boasts an indoor-outdoor lounge with infinity pool — a perfect place for residents to host events, relax, and take in the grand views of the Capitol and Washington Monument.

    How to Use Hospitality Elements in Multifamily Design. Why is “Bringing Hospitality to Multifamily” so successful? Anita Degen and Erin Brodhead spoke to Multifamily Executive about exactly that, expanding on our vision and how hospitality design can be best incorporated into residential spaces.
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  • D&D Services: Interior Design for all Public and Amenity Space + Model Units
  • Awards: Best Community Amenities, 2017 NAHB Mutli-Family Pillars of the Industry Award
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