The Parks has kicked off development on the first major mixed-use and affordable residential buildings, totaling over 700 new homes and 80,000 square feet of retail in the pipeline.

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  • Building O

    Delivering at the end of 2022, Building O features a collection of approximately 109 condominium homes nestled at the heart of The Parks Marketplace. With seamlessly designed floor plans, elegant amenity spaces, and balconies overlooking the central green, this community offers a uniquely immersive residential experience at The Parks.

  • Aspen Street Townhomes

    Breaking ground in early 2022, this one-of-a-kind collection of approximately 50 townhomes is comfortably nestled along Aspen Street. With 16-foot widths, rooftop decks, and garages, these 3- and 4-story residences offer plenty of open space for outdoor adventures.

  • Building QRS

    Breaking ground in early 2022, Building QRS will feature a community of approximately 345 apartments for rent, ideally situated between The Parks Marketplace and Great Lawn. With a wide variety of floor plans, Live/Work units along Georgia Avenue, upscale amenity spaces — including a private pool deck — and balconies with dynamic views, this community will offer an exciting residential experience at The Parks.

  • Abrams Hall

    An innovative renovation of Building 14, Abrams Hall South & Abrams Hall Senior- 77 affordable units for formerly homeless veterans and 80 affordable units for seniors. Opening Summer 2019.

  • The Hartley

    Overlooking the town center, The Hartley will offer 320 modern apartment residences above 60,000 square feet of ground floor retail. Delivering 2021.

  • The Brooks & The Vale

    Located at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Aspen Street, The Vale will include 301 apartments and 19,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. Facing the Great Lawn, The Brooks will include 89 for-sale condos. Scheduled for delivery for early 2021.


Since 2016, the Master Development team has undertaken significant infrastructure projects on campus including the preservation of historic buildings, the demolition of the obsolete 1970s era hospital, and the design and installation of new utilities and roadways to serve future vertical development.

Non-profit development

DC International School (DCI) opened their doors in historic Delano Hall in Fall 2017. HELP USA has under construction 77 affordable unit for formerly homeless veterans, and So Others Might Eat (SOME) plans to start construction of 39 affordable seniors' units in 2019.