Three condominium communities in Washington, DC, all marketed and sold by Urban Pace, took top awards in Delta Associates’ 19th Annual Mid-Atlantic Multifamily Awards competition. This long-running awards program recognizes regional excellence in new multifamily housing.
• Victoria, located just off 14th Street, NW, took the award for Best Washington-Baltimore Boutique Condominium Community. Urban Investment Partners developed this new condominium building, just steps from Meridian Hill Park and featuring elevator service to all floors, underground parking, outdoor spaces, and spectacular views. PGN Architects provided the stunning design.
• The Maples was named Best Washington-Baltimore Adaptive Reuse Condominium Community. Altus Realty Partners transformed the site of Capitol Hill’s oldest private residence, built in 1795, creating 19 unique residences including three newly built townhouses. Designed by Cunningham Quill Architects, homes at The Maples include historical features and private outdoor spaces; some have private entrances.
• The Montrose, located in Washington’s Georgetown neighborhood, achieved the highest average price per square foot ($890/SF) for a Washington-Baltimore adaptive re-use condominium project. The Argos Group, working with the architectural firm Sorg and Associates, redeveloped this historic four-story Georgian structure to offer airy two- and three-bedroom condominium residences. Originally built in 1897, the The Montrose served as The Henry and Annie Hurt Home for the Blind from 1916 to 1987.
“We are proud to have partnered with these award-winning local developers and architects,” said Matt Dewey, Vice President of Sales, Urban Pace. “Their innovative concepts and attention to detail contributed not only to robust sales, but also to this much-deserved recognition from the industry.”
Urban Pace, LLC is a privately owned company that provides marketing, sales, and advisory services to real estate developers specializing in condominium and mulit-family developments. Founded in 2001 by Lynn Hackney, Urban Pace has worked on more than five million square feet of property and over 5,000 units.