BROOKLAND DC DEVELOPMENT

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New Condos and Townhomes in Brookland

ACTIVE BROOKLAND DC DEVELOPMENT

Brookland DC development might best be described as ‘sporadic.” The Monroe Street Market development adjacent to the Brookland Metro Station generated interest in the neighborhood by home buyers and developers and Brookland’s detached and attached homes been escalating in value over the past decade. A mid-sized townhouse project and several small condominium development efforts tried to break through the neighborhood’s long-standing residential market domination by single family homes with mixed results. Brookland is a small, tree-lined neighborhood between Catholic University, Rhode Island Avenue and Woodridge in northeast Washington DC.
1201 FRANKLIN

Four shipping container condos

Archived Projects 

GALLERY TOWNS

45 new townhouses

BROOKS ROW

CONDOS

JACKSON PLACE FLATS

CONDOS

CHANCELLOR'S ROW

TOWNHOMES

LARGE SCALE DEVELOPMENT

MONROE STREET MARKET

H & R Retail, The Bozzuto Group, Pritzker Realty Group and Abdo Development partner on Monroe Street Market, a mixed-use project adjacent to the Brookland Metro Station. The five-block, mixed-use project is represented to include over 80,000 SF of “mom and pop” retail, approx. 720 apartments above the retail space, 45 townhouses (Gallery Towns), 14,000 SF of artists’ space and a 3,000 SF community arts center. There are approximately 800 parking spaces associated with the entire project. Monroe Street Market is located from the entrance to Catholic University of America and the Brookland – CUA metro station along Michigan Avenue, NE and Monroe Street, NE in Northeast DC. The site is bordered by Catholic University of America to the north, the Metro/CSX tracks to the east, Lawrence Street to the south and the Dominican House of Studies to the west. The development has helped revitalize the Brookland neighborhood.

Michigan Park Development

12TH & ALLISON

82 townhomes at St. Joseph Seminary

Just to the north of Brookland is Michigan Park, bordered on its north Gallatin Street, on the west by 6th Street, South Dakota on the east and Taylor Street NE and Michigan Avenue to the south. The neighborhood is known for its Red Oak trees and colonial architecture, and a collection of mid-century moderns on Bunker Hill Road. It is a community primarily consisting of single family homes, but an infusion of new residential construction over the past five years has led to increased interest among developers and a steady rise in existing home prices. Regional homebuilder EYA plans a townhouse community at 12th & Allison streets, just north of the St Joseph Seminary.

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