MCN was awarded the 201-unit, multi-family Hampton Park Parcel 10 Apartments within the development. The scope of work includes demolishing the existing two-story mall and constructing a four-story residential apartment building with a semi-attached two-story precast garage. Hampton Park is a real estate development located in Capitol Heights, Maryland, that is envisioned as a mixed-use development project on the 25-acre site formerly known as Hampton Mall.
Parkway Overlook Apartments
This 232,000 SF, 220-unit apartment complex project involved the renovation of nine buildings, eight of which are residential and one community building. Parkway Overlook Apartments is one of 13 projects that the Mayor selected to provide nearly 1,200 units of affordable housing in Washington, DC.
The Horizon – Ward 7 Short-Term Family Housing Facility
MCN Build constructed The Horizon, the short-term family housing facility in Ward 7, to support 35 families. This 34,700 SF facility was built on a vacant plot of land and is part of the initiative by the Mayor and the DC Council to provide short-term family housing in every ward in the city. This project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.
Stanton Tower & Historic Residence
MCN Build completed the adaptive reuse of the Eastern Presbyterian Church on Capitol Hill. The Romanesque Revival church, built in 1891, was converted into six private residences, and the adjacent parsonage was converted into a single-family home.
The Triumph – Ward 8 Short-Term Family Housing Facility
MCN Build constructed The Triumph, a new 36,000 SF short-term family housing facility in Ward 8. The building includes computer labs, administrative space, dedicated outdoor playground, indoor recreation space, and a homework/study lounge for residents and supports 50 families experiencing homelessness. Named by the community, the state-of-the-art facility a part of an impetus by the Mayor and the DC Council to provide short-term family housing in every ward in the city. The project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.
3104 M Street NW
The 3104 M Street, NW renovation transformed an historic townhouse into a beautiful storefront and luxury apartment, featuring rooftop skylights, original brick, and hand-hewn joists to create a unique living and retail space. The newly renovated building now stands three stories tall, doubling its original footprint.