Rendering of The Maia. Courtesy of PGN Architects.
As was reported last summer, Valor bought the Faith Bible Church at 1350 Maryland Avenue NE (map) with the intention of creating a 49-unit condo project. The developer will soon acquire the neighboring lot and will be nearly doubling the size of the project designed by PGN Architects. The Maia will be joining a slew of other developments on the rapidly changing H Street Corridor.
We’ll publish updated renderings when we get them in a couple weeks.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/h_streets_development_the_maia_almost_doubling_in_size/5312.
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