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The 25 Most Recent Additions to UrbanTurf’s Pipeline

  • June 23, 2017

by UrbanTurf Staff

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Rendering of the Strand Residences with the Strand Theater in the foreground

One of UrbanTurf's most popular features is Pipeline, our database of multifamily projects that are under construction, in the planning stages or recently delivered in the DC area.

Below we've listed a selection of the condo, townhouse and apartment projects that we have most recently added in the database. Click on each entry for more details.

To see the rest of the 300 projects in Pipeline, click here.

Enjoy browsing through the projects below. UrbanTurf tries to keep the status of the projects up-to-date, but if there is one that we don't have or an update needs to be made to an existing entry, just shoot an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

The Channel

Location:Southwest

Project type:Rental

Status:Planned

Size:501 units

Incanto

Location:Southwest Waterfront

Project type:Rental

Status:Under Construction, Leasing Up

Size:148 units

Trafalgar Flats

Location:Columbia Pike

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Selling

Size:78 units

218 Vine Street NW

Location:Takoma DC

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:114 units

The Portals V

Location:Southwest

Project type:Rental

Status:Planned

Size:373 units

375 and 425 M

Location:Southwest

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:605 units

680 Eye

Location:Southwest

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Leasing

Size:173 units

Travilah Station

Location:North Potomac

Project type:Townhomes

Status:Delivered, Selling

Plaza West (317 K)

Location:Mount Vernon Triangle

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:30 units

The Cantata

Location:Mount Vernon Triangle

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:351 units

Lydian

Location:Mount Vernon Triangle

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:324 units

Strand Theater Redevelopmnet

Location:Deanwood/Hillbrook

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:86 units

Glenmont MetroCentre

Location:Glenmont

Project type:Townhomes

Status:Delivered, Selling

Size:200 units

Century Center Redevelopment

Location:Crystal City

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:302 units

The Berkshire Collection at Brambleton

Project type:Townhomes

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Ampeer

Location:Dupont Circle

Project type:Rental

Status:Planned

Size:92 units

Providence Place

Location:Deanwood

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:100 units

Market Terminal

Location:Union Market

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:685 units

400 Florida Avenue NE

Location:Union Market

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:164 units

Washington Gateway Phase II

Location:NoMa

Project type:Rental

Status:Planned

Size:372 units

Buchanan School

Location:Hill East

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Size:41 units

Residences at Walter Reed

Location:Petworth

Project type:Condo or Rental - TBD

Status:Planned

Size:360 units

Capitol Vista

Location:Mount Vernon Triangle

Project type:Rental

Status:Planned

Size:104 units

327 S Street NE

Location:Eckington

Project type:Rental

Status:Planned

Size:328 units

1773-1777 Columbia Road NW

Location:Adams Morgan

Project type:Rental

Status:Planned

Size:80 units

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_25_most_recent_additions_to_urbanturfs_pipeline/12698

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