Portfolio Category: Multi Family

Laurel Pines Apartments

Penza Bailey Architects was sought out for the building renovation of an existing garden apartment complex. One of the buildings burned to the ground, forcing the design team to address new market conditions and county regulations. Per County requirements, the new building had to be designed on the existing footprint and keep the existing building height,…
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Washington Village Feasibility

Baltimore Development Corporation selected developers for two sites in “Pigtown” - a designated Baltimore Main Street Enterprise Zone area. PBA is the architect for both “winning” development teams, executing designs that would earn Historic Tax Credits, while adapting structures to meet contemporary standards for commercial mixed-use development.   Site 1 combines properties to house alternative…
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New Urban Infill

This eight-unit, new urban infill rowhouse development in Locust Point is located in the midst of Baltimore’s “Digital Harbor’ expansion territory. A complement to the neighborhood’s rich 19th century housing stock, evocative steel cornices, bay windows, spiral stairs and ornamental railings - all brightly painted - give a contemporary edge to this otherwise traditional row…
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Hyannis Main Street

Located in New England's historic Cape Cod, master planning and feasibility is complete for a new mixed-use condominium community that proposes to redevelop an existing motel and extend the character of the town's Historic District and "main street" shopping district further northward. The new development is a five-minute walk from Hyannis Harbor where the Martha's…
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Harbor Forest

Located less than 2 miles from DC’s National Harbor and 10 minutes from Andrews Air Force Base, Harbor Forest is a planned mixed use community. When complete, it will set a new standard for green living. The 18-acre site is heavily forested on the north parcel, with a protected area on the south parcel. The…
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Eklof Building

A vintage warehouse building last used by the Eklof Company is in feasibility studies for conversion to retail and residential apartments. In developing the building program, the firm worked closely with the community, with CHAP and with the Planning Department to reach consensus on the best uses for the property and to meet the design…
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Chesapeake Main Street Living 2

In the 1950's this Chesapeake waterfront town was the premier destination for well-heeled Washingtonians trying to get out of town for a beach weekend. Following a period of decline, the town is emerging once again as a well-kept secret. The rebirth is focused on smart buildings and evocative, cutting edge sustainable design. A private developer…
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Chesapeake Main Street Living 1

In the 1950's this Chesapeake waterfront town was the premier destination for well-heeled Washingtonians trying to get out of town for a beach weekend. Following a period of decline, the town is emerging once again as a well-kept secret. The rebirth is focused on smart buildings and evocative, cutting edge sustainable design. A private developer…
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Boston Street Highrise

For a private developer, the firm undertook design and feasibility for a dramatic high-rise, urban mixed-use development proposed for a site along the eastern expansion of Baltimore’s waterfront. Configured for condominiums above retail and parking, the project is positioned for the active adult residential market in a vibrant area of Baltimore that is undergoing rapid…
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Albemarle Square

Albemarle Square is the name of the affordable component within the master development of Flag House Courts, the redevelopment of an existing public housing site near Little Italy. Awarded to a private master developer to create a mixed-income community, a Baltimore-based minority developer took on the responsible to deliver the ten “affordable units” known as…
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