The 41-unit condominium on Capitol Hill repairs the urban fabric by filling a gap in the street wall. The four-story building offers new mixed-income residences (including five affordable units), terraces for ground-level units, underground parking and rooftop space with views of the US Capitol. The project is designed to harmonize with the varied context in this location. On Pennsylvania Avenue, the fa├žade responds to the breadth of “the nation’s boulevard” with three-story bays, a high masonry wall and tall roofline. As the building turns the corner, the architecture becomes more human scale and incorporates two-story bays related to adjacent row houses.