Housing Complex

More Condos For Georgia Avenue

Design: A.R. Meyers + Associates.

Not long after putting a new 22-unit, Eric Colbert-designed condo building at Georgia Avenue and Hobart Place NW on the market, developer Art Linde told the Georgia Avenue Community Development Task Force last week that he's building another 26 condos with one level of underground parking across the street. Market-rate condos sure do add to the buying power of a neighborhood, and are themselves a strong sign of confidence—just more evidence that the corridor's paved with gold.

  • The Java Master

    Yeah baby! Get those puppies built fast! How about something for regular workforce folks?

  • dan in CH

    Georgia Ave is really like night and day vs. just 3-4 years ago!

  • Dave

    Shame that so many of these buildings are lacking ground level retail.

  • JS

    Java Master,

    That would be the Avenue at Georgia and Newton - 100% affordable. Also, I believe the Heights further down is going to be 50% affordable.

  • Art Linde

    We still have 2 affordable units available at 2910 Georgia Avenue - 1 available for folks earning 50% AMI and another for folks earning 80% AMI - contact DHCD about qualifying. In additon, we will have 2 more affordable units in the new building.

  • Realist

    Art- you should disclose why there are 2 units left. These are the IZ units that have permanent resale restrictions attached to them. Nice looking project, but I’m sure no one wants to BUY a unit and then never truly own it. I looked at one of them and was freaked out when I saw these restrictions. You guys are nuts to believe that anyone will buy them

  • Steve

    What is the address of the proposed building across the street from 2910 Georgia Avenue? Is it vacant land or an old storefront to be redeveloped?

  • http://www.st-regisbalharbourfl.com/ st. regis miami condos

    Nice thought about underground parking; Hobart Place is really a nice location for condos. Now people can get condos in Georgia avenue as well.

  • Art linde

    The affordable units (IZ) are required by zoning regulations. Don't call me nuts, they weren't my idea.