A New Look For Condos and Park at One of Union Market's Largest Projects
At the top of the year, UrbanTurf reported on the plans for the next phase of the Market Terminal development near Union Market (map). Now, one of the residential buildings and its abutting park have a new look.
The primary differences are the omission of a water feature in Neal Place Park and a different color palette for the 260-unit condo building planned as part of the project.
The 11,500 square-foot Neal Place Park will be lined with commercial space and will include a decoratively-paved walk, ambient lighting, 720 square feet of seating, boulder formations, and a bridge feature. It will also be more heavily planted than its counterpart plaza in the first phase of Market Terminal.
Grosvenor USA is the developer for this particular building and Brininstool-Lynch and SHoP are the designers. The remainder of Market Terminal is developed by Kettler, Carr Properties, and Carmel Partners with design by SmithGroup and Eric Colbert and Associates. A zoning hearing for this particular building is scheduled for next Monday. An additional rendering is below.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-new-look-for-condos-and-park-at-one-of-union-markets-largest-proejcts/15524.
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