Currently in design, this project is situated adjacent to MLB’s Nationals Park. It includes a 13 story residential building of 266,000 sf with 325 units and 23,500 sf of ground floor retail space, a 2 story stand-alone retail building, and a 13 story hotel of approximately 132,000 sf with 170 rooms. The residential building will feature a 2nd floor landscaped courtyard and a rooftop pool and terrace, club room, e-lounge, fitness center, and game room. A 2 story below-grade parking garage will house 227 spaces and 5,500 sf of loading space. LEED Platinum is being pursued.
Capitol Place is a new mixed-use residential building located at 2nd Street NE in Washington, DC. The 10 story building will have 23,000 sf of commercial/retail space and 366,000 sf of residential. There are two levels of below grade parking and retail spaces will be on the ground and 2nd floor. Other amenities include a club room, fitness center, business center, game room, an eco-pond, and an outdoor pool on the level 6 roof. LEED Silver will be targeted.
Located in the D.C. suburbs, Reston Station is a new community on Wiele Avenue in Reston, Virginia. The development of Reston Station is being built above a new Fairfax County transit center. With an objective to achieve LEED Silver, the first phase features 414 apartments, parking for 700 vehicles, one block of retail, a fitness center, theater, club room, and outdoor pool with an amenity deck. Future development will include more phases of retail including a grocery center and an upscale hotel. The owner/developer of Reston Station has required Revit for all MEP documentation.
Currently under construction in the D.C. area, Hoffman Borowski is the MEP consultant at one address in Shooshan Company’s multi-building Founder’s Square project. 750 N. Quincy Street is a 17 story mixed-use building with 234 apartment units and 9035 sf of retail. The developer is pursuing LEED certification.
Mosaic is a multi-building suburban retail and office complex. The largest building has several retail tenants on the first level and 3 stories of office space above. Additional 1 story retail has been fit-out as an organic market, and other shell retail space remains with utility rough-ins as provided at each proposed tenant. The office levels are designed as shell with corridors, elevator lobbies, and toilet room fit-outs. Our firm is aiding the developer in the pursuit of LEED Silver Certification.
The Village at Leesburg is a sprawling town center of over 270,000 SF of residential apartment units, 310,000 SF of retail, and 230,000 SF of office space. The Village combines work, shopping, home, and play in a charming, up-scale town setting. Due to the large size of the project and its many phases of construction, the Hoffman Borowski team continuously worked on the Village at Leesburg since its conception in 2006 until its completion in 2010.
This 144,000 square foot urban complex is a 9-story building with a cellar level, two levels of underground parking, and 8 levels of rental residential units. It features 170 loft-style apartments with exposed structure on 8 floors with 12 different configurations, an outdoor landscaped private courtyard, 24,000 sf of level cellar space, and 48,000 sf of parking on 2 underground levels. The building complies with high-rise code requirements, and features a packaged-type mechanical system, split system air conditioners with hydronic heat (Aqua-Therm), and exposed ductwork and piping. The electrical rooms and elevator machine rooms in the garage are equipped with appropriate heating and ventilation, and the basement required lighting, power, fire alarm, fire protection, HVAC and plumbing systems. Our design included site lighting for the courtyard and power and water for a fountain.
This massive 300,000 square foot multi-use complex near the Pentagon consists of retail space on two levels, 500 apartments ranging in size from 600 to 1100 sf, an underground parking garage for 1,500 cars, surface parking,a landscaped plaza with an ice rink, and indoor pool. The parking structure design included lighting, electrical distribution and ventilation for the underground and surface parking as well as plaza and other exterior lighting. Retail space was designed as cold, dark shell space with utility rough-ins to each tenant space.