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301 M Street SW
Innovative Transit Oriented Development allows resident to live, work and play all steps from their front door
Our site is located between K and M Street SW with 3rd Street to the east and the Waterfront Station development at the metro on the neighboring block directly to the west. Our goal in Southwest Washington DC is to enhance the community by creating a primarily residential, transit-oriented project that encompasses DC’s Storm Water and Green initiatives while respecting and complimenting the architectural diversity of the existing residential buildings. The site plan has been expertly crafted to minimize the impacts on neighboring properties while maintaining the development pattern of large open green spaces among buildings in Southwest.
The project will consist of two new residential buildings, a completely renovated and energized streetscape that widens and restores the existing sidewalks and two underground parking garages. New residential buildings will redevelop part of the site of the I.M. Pei Towers (currently parking lots) with two 11-story residential buildings at the north and south ends of site parallel to the existing buildings containing just shy of 200 units each. The historic residential towers were designed and constructed circa 1960 by I.M Pei and are designated as historic landmarks that add to the rich architectural diversity of the Southwest Quadrant of Washington, D.C.
The development will add beautifully landscaped courtyards with elegant and flowing features that activates a piece of land that was previously gated and fenced into a parking lot. The landscaping will retain the geometric design that is typical of the period of the Southwest neighborhood. It builds on the modern classicism of the original landscape architect for the site (Zion & Breen) and of the dominant landscape for the area (Kiley). The centrally located site will allow our tenants to choose from numerous modes of transportation. To add to these transportation options the project will also feature a secure bike storage room and work room in addition to electric car charging stations. The site will offer amenities and features such as pet friendly elements, retail space, high end unit finishes, an environmentally conscious green roof, secure package pickup, an enhanced gym, a tenant community spaces with access to the internet and a business center, activated roof top space, and commercial grade kitchen equipment for tenant use.