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Every geographic market has its own unique personality. We are diligent in our research to understand the challenges of the competition, the nuances of the demographics, the vibe of each neighborhood; we're unusually adept at translating all of that data into the perfect environment for the target audience. Real success is measured by the level of acceptance within that group. Currently we are engaging in just that process in a number of markets from New England to South Florida.



  • Baltimore, MD — A 224-unit apartment development in trendy Federal Hill neighborhood, a stone's throw away from the Inner Harbor


  • Boston, MA — A 23-story, 307-unit apartment building with ground-level retail in Boston’s Seaport District


  • Tampa, FL — A 394 unit mid-rise, part of a massive mixed-use development with residential, office, retail, entertainment and hospitality space

  • Tampa, FL — 13,500 square feet of amenity space for apartment building

  • Orlando, FL — 13,500 square feet of amenity space for apartment building


  • Vinings, GA - A 295-unit mid-rise, just outside Atlanta city limits

  • Atlanta, GA — Multi-family project in Atlanta's fast-evolving “Upper Westside” with over 13,000 square feet of amenities


  • Tysons, VA — 140 luxury condos with direct Metro access

  • Alexandria, VA - Repositioning of 404 unit, 16 story high-rise built in 2001

  • Arlington, VA - Repositioning of 235 unit, 21 story apartment building from 2008

  • Fairfax, VA - 47-year old apartment complex repositioning

  • Arlington, VA - Repositioning of large apartment building in Courthouse neighborhood


  • Washington, DC — Phase II of bike-oriented development along Metropolitan Branch Trail consisting of two towers

  • Washington, DC — 13 story, 99-condominium building with fronts on New York Ave as well as N Street

  • Washington, DC — A 480 unit, high-rise, with 340,000 square feet of first-floor retail, in S.W. DC

  • Washington, DC — 264 units part of four-phase, 1.2 million square foot master-planned mixed-use development in SE neighborhood