Park Van Ness

A Vibrant Mixed-Use Development
Location: 
Washington, D.C.
Client: 
Saul Centers, Inc.
Architect: 
Torti Gallas and Partners, Inc.
Additional collaborations with Torti Gallas and Partners, Inc.:
Contract Value: 
$64,000,000
Size: 
385,800 Square Feet
Year Completed: 
2015
Certification: 
LEED Certified (targeted)

The project includes the replacement of the client’s existing commercial property, Van Ness Square, with an 11-story mixed-use property consisting of 271 luxury apartments and 10,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

Clark will construct three levels of parking as well as the first five levels of residential floors below street level overlooking Rock Creek Park. The remaining six stories will be above grade and wrapped in a masonry brick and cast-stone façade with decorative precast panels and aluminum windows. The architecture of the structure is intended to blend with the neighborhood's art-deco style.

The project team also will construct mixed-use and amenity spaces including a fitness center, community rooms, landscaped plazas, and a green roof and pool on top of the building.

Clark Foundations and Metro Earthwork performed the support of excavation. he project's urban site limits access solely from Connecticut Avenue. Van Ness Square's existing foundation wall was preserved and incorporated into the new structure. Temporary support was installed before the existing structure was razed. Differing site conditions along the north side of the project site required a redesign of underpinning to account for existing building conditions.

Demolition will begin in October and completion is scheduled for October 2015.

Awards: 
ABC of Metro Washington - Excellence in Construction Award, Excavation/Sitework
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