by Shilpi Malinowski
Twelve new houses are coming to a blighted area of Northeast Washington reserved for families making up to 50 percent of the area median income, or about $54,722 for a family of four.
The 1,200-square-foot, three-bedroom residences will be on Central Place NE, a one-block street in Ivy City. Six three-story townhouses will be divided into two residences apiece.
Level 2 Development partners with Habitat for Humanity to double its affordable housing commitment in D.C.
More Big NoMa News – Check Out a Rendering for The Highline at Union Market hoping to come in late 2018
Prince of Petworth
“Level 2 Development, LLC (Level 2) filed a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application with the Zoning Commission for their latest project, The Highline at Union Market, a 315 unit mixed-use apartment building with 8,472 square feet of retail at the front steps to the burgeoning Union Market district in Washington, DC. Located one block from the NoMa/Gallaudet Red Line Metro Station at 320 Florida Ave., NE, The Highline at Union Market will connect the NoMa and Union Market neighborhoods.
Washington Business Journal
by Daniel J. Sernovitz
Level 2 Development is planning to develop a 315-unit mixed-use apartment project near Union Market that it hopes will pay homage to New York's Meatpacking District at a gateway site leading into the District's NoMa neighborhood.
Level 2, which is also a part of the team working with Edens to remake the 45-acre Union Market, has filed a Planned Unit Development Application with the District to build 315 apartment units and just shy
by Lark Turner
Level 2 Development’s 315-unit project adjacent to Union Market has set a planned delivery date for late 2018.
The project, dubbed The Highline at Union Market — undoubtedly a nod to the urban-industrial aesthetic of the New York project bearing the same name — will be built on the site of a Burger King at 320 Florida Avenue NE (map). Developers filed a planned-unit development application for the
by Shaun Courtney
Level 2 Development filed a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application with the Zoning Commission this week for a proposed 315-unit apartment building with 8,472 square feet of retail at 320 Florida Ave. NE, steps from Union Market and the NoMa Metro on the current site of a Burger King.
The project, dubbed The Highline at Union Market, is a joint venture of Level 2 Development and Clark Enterprises, Inc.
by Erika Morphy
WASHINGTON, DC--Level 2 Development has filed a Planned Unit Development Application with DC's Zoning Commission for a 315-unit, mixed-use apartment project that it hopes to develop jointly with Clark Enterprises.
The building, which will be called The Highline at Union Market, will have 8,472 square feet of retail and be located next to the Union Market district at 320 Florida Ave., NE.
by Shilpi Malinowski
Could a warehouse-filled, traffic-clogged District neighborhood one day match the post-industrial glamour of New York City’s Meatpacking District?
Inspired by the famed New York neighborhood known for its trendy restaurants, boutiques and bars, Level 2 Development is seeking to transform a site at 320 Florida Ave. NE — currently home to a Burger King and some weedy overgrowth — into a 315-unit