Q-14 Residences:  Washington, DC

 

Owner: 1600 14th Street NW Limited Partnership
Architect: Bonstra | Haresign Architects
 

Nestled neatly at the corner of 14th Street and Q Street NW, the 14th & Q St. condominiums offer a distinctive mix of apartment layouts including several two-story lofts with 20 ft high ceilings.  It is a unique building that gives purpose to all available space.  The 7-story concrete and masonry structure contains a two-level parking garage under 28 apartment units with roof and terrace decks. 

Award:  *Builder's Choice Merit Award
              *ABC - Excellence Residential & Multi-Family Award
              *Brick in Architecture Bronze Award

 


The Bond Building:  Washington, DC

 

Owner: Aria Development Group
Architect: Bonstra | Haresign Architects
 

Formally part of an office for the International Monetary Fund, this 1920s building was converted into 83 high-profile apartment units with modern amenities.  The small-but-efficient apartments is a concept driven by its Manhattan based developer with the idea of combining "the historic beauty of being in Dupont Circle and the West End with lifestyle, modern living."


Lofts 14 Condominiums:  Washington, DC

 

Owner: Mid-City Development Company, LLC
Architect: RTKL
 

84 high-end condominiums were initially constructed in the 1920s as showcases for the decade's ultimate consumer of luxury.  As part of Monarc's scope, significant building elements were retained and restored to reflect its original presence;  including the limestone façades and the elaborate faux-Egyptian detailing.  In addition, a new 8-story building housing three levels of parking and five floors of new custom condominium units were added.

Award:  *ABC Award of Excellence


Encore Apartments:  Alexandria, VA

 

Owner: Bonaventure
Architect: Wiencek & Associates, Architects and Planners


The project consisted of a complete renovation of both the interior and exterior of a large (9 buildings-336 units) apartment complex.  Work to the exterior included the addition of A-frame roofs and new fronts to modernize the look of the buildings.  Interiors were also completely renovated with new MEPs and finishes.  Understanding the importance by the owner to continually maintain the rental cycle, the entire project was impressively organized and completed within 12 months.


Dominion Heights Condominium:  Arlington, VA

 

Owner: The Christopher Companies
Architect: Devereaux & Associates

Situated in an old vacant bank lot, the new 4-story, 66-unit condominium building also includes retail spaces and a two-level underground parking garage.  The elite condominiums offer high-end finishes with custom layouts to meet individual owner requirements.

Certification:  LEED Gold