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Eric Colbert & Associates

The Highline at Union Market

The neighborhood north of Massachusetts Avenue (NoMa) has recently transformed into a thriving social hub and residential destination for young professionals.

Washington, DC

Client: Level 2 Development

Building Size: 311,900 sf

Certifications: Seeking LEED Silver

The Highline at Union Market, a new, mixed-use residential property located at 320 Florida Avenue, preserves the industrial aesthetic of the surrounding area, by incorporating warehouse-style windows, steel columns, and stacked, industrial-framed glass blocks into the unique, building design.

Interface Engineering provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering design services for the 311,900 gsf mixed-use development comprised of 240,000 gsf of residential units (325); 6,900 gsf of retail; 8,500 gsf of amenity space; and 56,800 gsf of below-grade parking.

The project employs a number of energy and water conservation measures, including a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) for heating and cooling; dedicated outdoor air systems (DOAS); bioswales located on the property to retain stormwater and lessen the impact on the site’s stormwater infrastructure; and solar hot water heating panels to provide domestic hot water for building occupants.

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