Luxury Apartment Homes with Retail Space Below
The community will be comprised of 318 luxury apartment homes including four penthouse units and approximately 10,000 square feet of first floor retail space.
Designed by Eric Colbert & Associates, the 12-story, modern-industrial architectural design integrates warehouse-style windows with industrial-framed glass cubes that weave in and out of the Florida Avenue façade at varying depths
The Highline will include a rooftop pool as well as sustainable features equivalent to LEED Silver, including a green roof, bio retention facility, energy-efficient building design and 105 bicycle parking spaces. The Highline will offer its residents and retail businesses extraordinary access to nearby amenities including the dozens of retailers and restaurants at Union Market, now one of Washington, DC’s top destinations, the vibrant NoMa business district, Gallaudet University, the NoMa/Gallaudet Metro Station and Union Station. For more information read this article from bisnow.com
regarding how the project will be financed and plans for the projected growth during and after construction has been completed.
Scope of The Project
A project of this size and magnitude needs a building envelope company that understands what a energy efficient building looks and feels like. What makes a building like the Highline a state of the art luxury facility is the material protecting it from the inside out. For the Highline, Cameron Building Envelope Specialist will use a fluid applied air
barrier system throughout the entire work site. This will allow for an air tight building. The air barrier system will act as a seamless continuity,structural integrity, and time-tested durability helping designers to eliminate uncontrolled air leakage while offering many other benefits — for a typical initial investment of less than 1-2% of the cost of the building.