Beale Square consists of five (5) new townhouses on an existing, undeveloped and alley-bound parking lot in Washington, DC’s northwest Bloomingdale neighborhood. Each townhouse is three stories, and has been designed to include a basement, private garage, and private balcony on the third floor. An open and efficient floor plan emphasizes modern loft-style living, while the exterior recalls an historic carriage house aesthetic in-keeping with the surrounding neighborhood environment. Clad in in brick, the exterior townhouse façade combines exposed steel lintels, precast and metal accents with large glazed openings which update the carriage house language.
Townhouse units are comprised of three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, with an open basement plan. Beautiful custom millwork on all floors provides efficient storage solutions while also serving as a common design thread throughout the house. Residents enter through a controlled-access gate into a private courtyard which has been transformed by the landscape architect to include planting beds and hardscape. Each townhouse high roof features an extensive green roof assembly to augment storm water management.
Photographer: Hoachlander Davis Photography