Residential project development requires a balance of creativity and practicality to succeed. Douglas Development Corporation was struggling with exactly that – they had a new project in the Capital Heights Area of DC and wanted to ensure this project stayed within the budget.
The challenge was to design an affordable mid-rise, HUD-financed apartment project that achieves maximum density on a sloping site. The architect would need to get creative to maximize the property without exceeding the four story limit while keeping costs within HUD boundaries.
Finley Design was up for the challenge. In this case study, you’ll learn how Douglas Development Corporation:
- Economized the design without sacrificing quality
- Made the most of the building’s footprint on a sloping site
- Appealed to the right tenant market
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