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Check out some of Structura’s newest projects, including:

GTM Architects/Donatelli/Blue Skye

  • Hill East

A new mixed-use, transit-oriented development adjacent to the Stadium Armory Metro Station, Hill East will house approximately 350 one- and two-bedroom apartments, 20,000 square feet of retail and underground parking in two buildings. Thirty percent of the units will be set aside as affordable for households earning no more than 60 percent of the area median income. Landscape architect Bradley Site Design also incorporated parks, plazas, performance spaces and public art into plans for the new development, which was featured in the January 27 Washington Business Journal.


Image courtesy David Baker Architects

  • Anthem House II

This five-story apartment project in Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood is a $10 million collaboration between Scott Plank’s War Horse LLC, Bozzuto Development Group and Solstice Partners LLC. A sister building to the upscale Anthem House I currently under construction across the street, Anthem House II will be a more affordable option for younger working professionals looking for a lower rent alternative while still enjoy access to Anthem House I’s amenities. The project was recently featured in both the March 3 Baltimore Business Journal and March 4 Baltimore Sun.


Image courtesy Hickok Cole

  • Fort Lincoln

Structura is working with Hickok Cole on this new multi-family residential building in the Fort Lincoln mixed-use development. Located in upper northeast DC and bordering the state of Maryland, Fort Lincoln is the only planned community in DC. The finished project will add 240 residential units and 252 parking spaces to the growing community.




Image courtesy Streetsense

Image courtesy Streetsense

  • Tysons Galleria Food Hall

Working with Streetsense, Structura is providing design services to support major renovations and upgrades to the existing second and third floor spaces at the Tysons Galleria in Vienna. When finished, the space will be home to Isabella Eatery, a 10-concept dining hall from “Top Chef”‘s Mike Isabella with full-service, fast-casual and retail options slated to open in summer of 2017.




  • Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Structura is working on improvements to the Trinity Dome at the historic Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., the largest Roman Catholic church in North America. Structura is designing an elevated platform that will provide access to allow for plaster removal and replacement for the installation of a new tile mosaic.






  • Image courtesy LSC Design

    Image courtesy LSC Design

    Station North Apartments

This mixed-use, eight story residential apartment building will be one of the first new market rate developments in Baltimore’s up-and-coming Station North arts district, featuring gallery space and a ground floor market in addition to 103 market-rate residential units and parking. Architects LSC Design have designed a contemporary patterned metal facade to complement newer surrounding buildings. Read what Bisnow had to say about the project in its March 17 email.



  • Image courtesy Gunther Apts.

    Image courtesy Gunther Apts.

    Gunther Social

Structura is teaming with Bates Architects on Gunther Social, the conversion of an existing warehouse space at the historic Gunther Brewery complex in Baltimore’s Brewers Hill neighborhood to a new restaurant. Structura is designing a new mezzanine and steel stairs for the 6,600 SF restaurant, expected to be complete in 2016. Read more in this feature from the April 8 Baltimore Bisnow email.




  • Image courtesy of MV+A

    Image courtesy of MV+A

    Liberty Place

Work is underway on the new Liberty Place mixed-use development in Fredericksburg, Virginia. When finished, the MV+A-designed project will include 77,000 SF of residential, 20,000 SF office, 23,000 SF restaurant and retail and 124,000 SF of parking.




  • bayside aerial viewBayside Recreation Center

Structura is teaming with Cooper Carry Architects on this rec center that is one of several new buildings that together will comprise the new Bayside Main Street, just four miles from the beach in Fenwick Island, DE. The 23,000 SF building will include space for exercise equipment, locker rooms, administration and an indoor natatorium that will be framed with materials detailed specifically for the wet environment.



  • 819 D Street819 D Street NE

Structura is working with Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS on the restoration and renovation of an existing three-story church building plus flanking two-story townhouses on both 9th and D Streets. The church building is being converted to multi-family residential while the townhouses will become residential flats. Additional new exterior work entails the restoration, protection and/or replacement of the existing stained glass.  



  • 4001 South Capitol4001_South_Capitol

Things are grooving on South Capitol Street, where Structura is working on two projects. The first is the redevelopment of an existing shopping center into a six-story, 229,000 SF affordable housing building with Hickok Cole Architects. When finished, it will include approximately 195 units, ground floor retail, and a below-grade parking garage bordering the Congress Heights neighborhood.