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A look inside the condos at 2030AP

by blankslate July 14, 2014 at 12:10 pm 0


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On Friday, we wrote about the developments happening now at the U Street Corridor. Time to talk about another one, 2030AP. PoPville has been covering this story over the past year. Last June, developer The JBG Companies started demolishing the old Atlantic Plumbing Supply Company at 8th and V to make way for the new two-building complex.


The residential southern building of the development, 2030AP at 2030 8th Street, will consist of 63 condo units with floor-to-ceiling windows — a striking design by architect Morris Adjmi. 2030AP will also feature a rooftop garden and interiors designed to mirror the once-industrial, now-artsy neighborhood. In addition to the 63 residential units, the building will have 4,700 feet of retail.


Atlantic Plumbing, the bigger, mixed-use building across the street, on the northwest corner next to the 9:30 Club, will house the new Landmark Theater and the Washington Project for the Arts.


Sales for the 2030AP condos begin this fall, with a projected Spring 2015 move-in date. In the meantime, check out these pictures of the construction on Curbed. To get more information and receive updates about opportunities at 2030AP, sign up here.


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