Thursday, February 16, 2012

Today in Pictures - Meridian at Mt. Vernon Triangle


Paradigm and Steuart Investments are nearing completion on the Meridian at Mt. Vernon Triangle, a 390-unit rental building at 425 L St, NW. The apartment building rises fourteen stories above three levels of below-grade parking. Along with the typical amenities like a gym, roof deck, common rooms, the building will also feature a hybrid and electric car refueling stations. The building broke ground in October of 2010.

The apartment building was designed by Architecture Collaborative, Inc., while Collins & Kronstadt of Silver Spring holds the title of architecture of record. Developers expect final completion by this fall, but will have competition from the new Donohoe apartment building just across the street.








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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is there any indication what will come of the 3-4 story brick building immediately adjacent to this building on the west side?

OctaviusIII on Feb 16, 2012, 6:32:00 PM said...

Woohoo, another building named "Meridian".

It's a cool building, though, and I do look forward to it opening.

@Anonymous 5:07
There are plans for another rather tall building coming out of that structure, which is, iirc, a historic structure for some unknown reason.

Anonymous said...

Looks like Silver Spring

Anonymous said...

Great, another overpriced apartment community! Just what that area needs.

Anonymous said...

If it was "over priced" no one would rent there. Somehow I doubt that happens.

Anonymous said...

Just because you can not afford it doesn't mean that it is over-priced.

grid iron said...

in what way does it look like silver spring? and is that a bad thing?

to me, this building, along with the yale laundry and city vista have really created a nice dynamic space out of nothingness.

 

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