The Midtown Row mixed-use development in Williamsburg, VA is taking shape as steel and concrete podiums are in place and wood framing is complete on multiple buildings. Midtown Row includes four new mixed-use buildings with 70,000 square feet of retail, office, and housing for over 620 residents, two grocery-anchored shopping centers with community-serving retail, an activated community green space, and parking garage. Buildings 1 and 4, the two larger L-shaped buildings, will be the first to be constructed. Building 1 will serve as the main hub for community and resident interaction. It will house the leasing office and a series of amenity spaces for the residents including an exterior patio with a pool.
Twelve years in the making, the Capital One parcel master plan focuses on several key goals: establishment of an urban street grid linking to the surrounding community; a mix of uses and density, particularly in proximity to the McLean Metro Station; establishment of an inter-connected network of pedestrian-oriented amenities; and environmental stewardship and sustainable urban development.
Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS staff and partners are working hard on the design and special historic and zoning approvals for a number of innovative, mixed-use projects throughout the Washington Region and beyond. Together these urban projects include over 500 new residential units and provide street-front retail environments, live/work office space and rooftop amenities for new residents. We are excited to share the progress of five unique projects currently underway in our studio with several beginning construction in the next quarter.
In February, manufacturers, distributors, and masonry suppliers from around the country gathered in Charlotte, NC for the Brick Industry Association’s 2018 Brick Forum where Bill Bonstra, FAIA, was honored as Keynote Speaker.
In November, Jeremy Arnold, Rob McClennan, and Jack Devilbiss delivered a presentation in Richmond, VA at the 2017 Architecture Exchange East (ArchEx) on Retail Flexibility and Resilience.
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The story of the Ten at Clarendon spans seven years and three different building designs as CRC Companies LLC successfully aggregated empty buildings and lots along 10th Street North in the Clarendon neighborhood of Arlington. Stretching longer than a football field, the new five-story, 143-unit mixed-use building offers a mix of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments.
Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS celebrated breaking ground on 10th Street Flats. The project is a 143-unit, five-story mixed-use building that features luxury, affordable, and live/work units as well as ground-floor retail and office space.
1728 Fourteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC – Recipient of the 2015 NAIOP DC/MD Award of Excellence – Best Stand Alone Retail Photograph by Anice Hoachlander Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS brings a fresh perspective to the design of vibrant and community-serving retail environments that reflect a contemporary aesthetic and which meet consumer demand for authentic brick-and-mortar
We were honored to receive three Awards of Excellence at the 2015 NAIOP MD/DC Awards Gala on Thursday, October 1st where we celebrated with our clients, Lowe Enterprises and Perseus Realty, staff, friends and professional colleagues at the Willard Hotel! THE HIVE – OUR NEW STUDIO AT 1728 Award of Excellence – Interiors The Hive, our
Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS Wins National Design Recognition for Two DC Projects: Builder’s Choice Award and NAIOP Award of Excellence
We are thrilled to share news of our two most recent design awards: a NAIOP MD/DC Award of Excellence for Crestview Retail and a Builder’s Choice Award for Woodley Wardman. Crestview Retail : A Catalyst for Smart Growth Photography by Anice Hoachlander. Completed in 2014, Crestview Retail is the recipient of a 2014 NAIOP MD/DC Award of