Thursday, July 19, 2012

Today in Pictures - Progression Place



Progression Place may be only one of numerous projects underway in Shaw, but it will be one of the first large development to be completed.  Developers began work in 2010 on with 100,000 s.f. of office space, a 205-unit residential apartment building, and 20,000 square feet of street-level retail. The project was designed by architects Eric Colbert & Associates and Devrouax + Purnell, and built by Davis Construction.
Ellis Development, The Jarvis Company, and Four Points combined forces to build the project above the Shaw Metro station. 

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

when is the completion date? will they finish the office portion and allow tenants in before finishing the residential and commercial pieces. i'm sure there's a lot of work left to do on the inside of the office piece (the facade is almost done), but the residential part is still rising..

Anonymous said...

The renderings don't show the nasty ghetto carry out businesses that remain on the NW corner and within Progression Place. It's going to be interesting to see how those beaten up places are going to look nestled into the rest of the structure.

Anonymous said...

It looks so different from the rendering. The rendering makes it look almost cubist. Me no likey.

SpenceHeckwolf on Jul 19, 2012, 10:57:00 AM said...

Only 205 apartments on top of a metro. Come on we can to do better. Another piece of valuable land curbed by regulation. Potential. Not. Met.

Anonymous said...

FYI, the rendering shows mostly the residential part at the northern end of the site, which only recently began construction. It has a different look from the office part, which is almost finished.

Anonymous said...

I live nearby and have watched the building(s) go up while walking the dogs every day. The office portion gives me Vertigo. Too much stimulus with sweeps of glass in a not straight line, anywhere. and the balcony cut out on S St, a bit different. Time will tell for all of it.

 

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