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A First Look at One of the Buildings Central to The Parks at Walter Reed

by Nena Perry-Brown

Elevation rendering of Building P, from public plaza. Click to enlarge.

The redevelopment of the Walter Reed campus continues to gain steam.

Last month, we got our first glimpse of one of the condominium buildings planned for the campus. Now, the plans for one of the more central buildings of the development are coming into focus. 

Rendering of Building P, from Georgia Avenue. Click to enlarge.

The development team behind The Parks at Walter Reed has filed a design concept application with the Historic Preservation Office for Building P, which will face the expanse of public open space at the center of the development (map). Standing at six stories, Building P is expected to deliver approximately 60 traditional and co-living residential units above three retail spaces, totaling roughly 24,000 square feet.

Aerial rendering of public plaza at The Parks, with Building P to the left. Click to enlarge.

Upon completion, the multi-phase development will deliver more than 3 million square feet of mixed-use, including more than 2,100 residential units; 150,000 square feet of retail; two charter schools; office, hotel and creative space, along with 14 acres of green space. Triden Development Group, comprised of Hines, Urban Atlantic, Triden and architect Torti Gallas Urban are the development team.

Additional renderings are below.

Rendering of Building P, from 12th and Dahlia. Click to enlarge.
Rendering of Building P, from 12th Street. Click to enlarge.
Rendering of the town center. Click to enlarge.
Rendering of Building P, from Georgia Avenue and Dahlia Street. Click to enlarge.
Elevation rendering of Building P. Click to enlarge.

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