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The intersection of 11 and M Streets, once served as the backdrop for Tally’s Corner, Elliot Liebow’s acclaimed chronicle of the urban poor in 1960s Washington, DC.
Today, Liebow would be impressed by the transformation of this once dilapidated corner. Community Three’s 10Eleven pays homage to city scale with the appearance of an ensemble of buildings adorning the street edge. Taking its cues from early 20th century residential forms, the main façades of 10Eleven respect the massing of its surroundings and the historic townhome anchoring the corner.
1011 M ST., NW, Washington, DC
Classic elegant design with contemporary interiors, Boneval is encircled by one of Washington’s most coveted neighborhoods. Complete with Michelin-starred restaurants and cozy neighborhood bars and gathering places, this home in the heart of Capitol Hill embraces every element of urban living.
Each impeccably appointed home offers curated spaces for all walks of urban life – one bedroom to penthouse suites – all replete with custom finishes and carefully crafted elements occasioning each home as distinctive and worthy of the Capitol Hill legacy.
300 8th ST., NE, Washington, DC
TideLock, located in the Old Town North neighborhood of Alexandria, VA, will become an iconic luxury condominium and multifamily lifestyle community. Situated directly along the Potomac River, with full panoramic views of the Washington, DC skyline, three existing commercial buildings will be repositioned into 223 residential units atop a 217-space parking garage.
The redevelopment’s quality is only paralleled by its outstanding accessibility to the heart of historic Old Town Alexandria and the Water Taxi landing with direct access to Georgetown, National Harbor, and The Wharf. Tide Lock is a rare opportunity to complement this established and preeminent neighborhood with a best-in-class luxury intervention.
1033 N. Fairfax St., Alexandria, VA
A collection of residences, work spaces, and cultural beacons, the 9½ Street Initiative celebrates U Street’s rich artistic character and entrepreneurial spirit. The redevelopment provides a new and permanent home for the African American Civil War Museum and creates a supportive mix of commercial and residential uses.
As a result of the thoughtful and surgical-like design, the buildout celebrates the historic character of the former Grimke School while creating new modern living, working, learning, and “making” spaces. The preservation effort includes the replacement of the existing windows matching the same character of the existing ones and the reintroduction of the original 1897 entry as the new ceremonial entrance to the Museum.
1923 Vermont Ave., NW Washington, DC
The Adele is an iconic commercial and residential development located in the heart of downtown Washington, DC. This new “best address” is located in the 16th Street Historic District necessitating a meticulous planning effort aimed at connecting and collaborating with numerous stakeholders.
The Adele exemplifies a world-class property – private floor access, health club & spa membership, concierge service, smart home technology, and a private rooftop terrace with 360 degree sweeping views of the nation’s capital. The Estate Collection, specific residences customized with distinct floor plans and exclusive finishes, has made The Adele one of a select few of ultra-luxury buildings developed in Washington, DC in decades.
1108 16th Street, NW | Washington, DC
Located in the heart of Petworth, directly on top of the Metro station, Modo is a contemporary habitat comprised of a series of efficient three-bedroom apartments, adorned with modern features and contemporary finishes. Each unique apartment includes fully furnished living areas, flat screen televisions, fully stocked kitchens, and Wi-Fi connectivity – all incorporated in ‘one stop’ monthly rent. Building amenities include 3,200 square foot ground floor Starbucks and a communal roof lounge and terrace with 360 views of the Washington, DC skyline.
Modo also boasts a first-of-its-kind construction method consisting of a modified modular build, ultimately compressing delivery time and construction related costs.
3709 New Hampshire Ave., NW Washington, DC
Working closely with the District of Columbia Historic Preservation Office and local neighborhood groups, Community Three employed a design strategy for Lumen which reinvigorated a small corner site home to the memory of former buildings. The composite design compliments the new surrounding architectural fabric with a blend of orderly tectonic components and illuminating floor-to-ceiling modern forms.
Ground floor commercial uses are restored at the property with renewed vigor, adding excitement to the street level and a completion of this high-profile locale. Lumen completes the resurrection of this unique intersection and sets the foundation for a new chapter of prosperity.
2200 14th St., NW, Washington, DC
The Lauren is an ultra-luxury boutique building consisting of 32 units in the heart of downtown Bethesda. Select amenities include private wine lockers and lounge, expansive roof terraces, private elevator entries and 24/7 concierge. Community Three stepped in to execute on the remaining 11 unit sales at foreclosure. The effot incuded immediately shoring up the association, implementing deferred maintenance along with substantial unit improvements, and revamping the sales and marketing plan. The Lauren is now the most sought-after high-end building in Metro DC.
4934 Hampden Ln., Bethesda, MD
1199 North Fairfax is a Class A office building situated along the Potomac River in Old Town North Alexandria. The building is stabilized with a mix of non-profits, associations, and government contractors and located directly adjacent to Community Three’s TideLock redevelopment project. Community Three opportunistically purchased this commercial asset to leverage additional parking, hardscape and greenspace expanses, and additional outdoor lifestyle amenities that create a consistent urban form throughout the complex.
1199 N. Fairfax St., Alexandria, VA
Originally built in 1909, this grand building once stood as an icon of turn-of-the-century prosperity. In recent years, this magnificent mansion, nominated as one of DC’s Most Endangered Places, fell quietly into disrepair under the ravages of water damage and neglect.
Community Three charted a path to stop this precipitous decay and return this once architectural gem to prominence. Born of this endeavor is a bouquet of luxury residences, each individually designed to take advantage of the building’s one-of-a-kind architectural features.
3324 18th St., NW, Washington, DC
Home to musical legends like Duke Ellington, Billy Taylor, and Frank Wess, Washington DC’s central city has long been cherished for its progressive culture, communal atmosphere, and eclectic vibe. Today, with hotspots like the 9:30 Club and Howard Theatre, this locale’s urban renaissance has set a city-wide example.
Amidst this magnificent rebirth, soulfully lays a coordinated urban and environmental restoration effort, complemented with residential luxury appointments and access to all the central city has to offer.
435 R St., NW, Washington, DC
Recognizing that this glorious Capitol Hill landmark had much more to give to the neighborhood after the parish had moved on, Community Three saw an opportunity to invest in an aggressive reuse strategy for The Residences at St. Monica’s specifically aimed at maintaining – and more so celebrating – the unique historic character of the existing building and site.
This truly unique collection of new residences reenergized this historic neighborhood asset – not only by serving as home to many new Capitol Hill residents, but also by honoring the long heritage of the site through the preservation of its historic elements and features.
1342 Massachusetts Avenue, SE, Washington, DC
For the past 30 years, one jewel was missing from the crown that is the wonderfully peaceful neighborhood of Grosvenor Park in North Bethesda, Maryland. Left vacant and undeveloped for decades following the completion of the rest of the neighborhood, the redevelopment effort of this small infill site needed creative and innovative thinking to ensure a seamless integration into the greater ensemble.
Community Three’s experience with complex, urban infill projects throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area was a perfect fit for this challenge. After months of discussion and planning with community stakeholders and collaboration with some of the region’s best design partners, Community Three successfully oversaw the design of a 46 residence development, purposely crafted to complete the original Master Plan for Grosvenor Park.
Grosvenor Park, North Bethesda, MD