1106 WEST MAIN STREET
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA 22903
DELIVERED Q2 2018
The Draftsman is a vibrant upscale boutique hotel beautifully situated on West Main Street
in downtown Charlottesville with easy access to the UVA campus, Medical Center and
Downtown Mall. The evocative spirit of Virginia’s original voices and visions of three
presidents—Madison, Monroe and most notably, the profound ingenuity of Thomas Jefferson;
are presented in engaging ways with references to the past, present and future of this storied,
historic region. This project includes 150 guestrooms and suites, 4,000 square foot destination
restaurant, 3,000 square feet of meeting space, a fitness center located on the penthouse level
and a business center, all accommodated by on-site parking for guests and restaurant patrons alike.
Phone: (434) 244-7902 / Website: Click on photo above
Constructed during Phase 1 of The Wharf, a world-class, mixed-use waterfront development
located on the historic Washington Channel, the InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf
is the newest addition to the reimagined Wharf neighborhood. Perfectly placed on the beautiful
Potomac River, InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf enjoys the most incredible
waterfront views of D.C. Steps away from America’s political epicenter, the hotel embraces
guests with an exquisitely curated resort destination that will reignite the river’s edge.
The 278-room luxury hotel interior design harmonizes the industrial waterfront heritage of the
Potomac River and the new Washington modern international aesthetic, creating an enchanting
world-class urban oasis. The hotel also boasts 18,000 square feet of highly sophisticated meeting
and social function space, replete with a stunning 5,000 square foot ballroom facing the waterfront.
A luxury custom two-story penthouse suite with wrap around balcony beckons all international
celebrities and world leaders to come luxuriate along the newly reinvigorated waterfront. The hotel
offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, a 4,250 square foot spa, a casual-upscale signature restaurant,
Kith and Kin, and a dynamic rooftop pool bar to make InterContinental Washington D.C. – The Wharf
the center of The Wharf neighborhood.
The hotel is LEED Silver, contributing to the LEED-ND Gold status of the Master Development which
features approximately three million square feet of new residential, office, hotel, retail, cultural, and
public uses including waterfront parks, promenades, piers, and docks.
Phone: (877) 424-2449 / Website: Click on photo above
As part of the City’s Master Waterfront Plan, Carr City Centers is developing a boutique
hotel consisting of 120 hotel rooms, a meeting room, fine dining restaurant and lounge,
fitness center, below grade parking, and LEED Silver certified. Located across from the
future Alexandria Waterfront Park, the project is one block south of the numerous restaurants,
spas, Torpedo Factory art community and retail stores found on and around historic King Street.
Phone: (703) 721-3800 / Email: email@example.com / Website: Click on photo above
HILTON GARDEN INN
1620 PRINCE STREET
ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314
DELIVERED Q1 2015
This select service hotel consists of 109 rooms and suites, a restaurant, fitness center,
meeting room, 30 valet-parking spaces, and is LEED Silver certified. Located one block south
of King Street Metro Station and within walking distance to the King Street entertainment district,
the project is also near the Patent Trademark Office and Carlyle project which has approximately
over 6 million square feet of offices, retail and residential.
Phone: (703) 302-8300 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Website: Click on photo above
CROWNE PLAZA REDEVELOPMENT
901 NORTH FAIRFAX STREET
ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314
PROJECTED Q3 2020
The project concept comprises the renovation and re-skinning of an existing thirteen story Crowne Plaza Hotel into a multifamily unit tower. The existing Tower's stucco façade and single pane glass windows will be replaced with insulated composite panels and insulated low-e glass windows, optimizing the envelope's energy performance and framing the irreplaceable views of Potomac River. At the base of the Tower, the addition of a glass clad arts use space will act as the jewel box of the Project and become a signature project for the newly established "Arts Corridor." At the base of the tower, the below grade parking garage will be improved to support the construction of forty one new luxury townhomes. The four (4) story for-sale units are approximately 1.972 SF - 3,834SF and include roof-terraces, two car garages, and some units will incorporate elevators. The Project will achieve LEED Homes Mid Rise Certification for the Tower and LEED Homes for the townhomes.
1201 N. ROYAL STREET
ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314
PROJECTED Q2 2021
The Project concept comprises the development of a 90-unit residential tower and secondary structure with a 5,000+ SF arts anchor. The existing industrial buildings and theater will be razed to make way for two concrete, glass and panel structures above two below grade levels of parking. The smaller structure, an industrial style panel and glass “gallery”, will sit front-and-center on N. Royal and 3rd Streets. The first level will house an arts anchor. Residential loft units above will occupy the second and third floors and will be connected to the Tower by a bridge on the second level. The 8-story Tower will also be connected on the first level by an “art walk”, a landscaped open space programmed with seating, lighting and display space encouraging activity to spill outside creating a meeting space for residents, art patrons and the public. The art walk will also serve as the Projects “front door” with the Project’s grand lobby. This striking feature will be a signature concept for the newly established “Arts Corridor.” Each insulated low-e storefront glass window within the Project, frames unique views of either historic Alexandria, VA, the Mt. Vernon Trail or unmatched views of the Potomac River. Stoops and patios on the Mt. Vernon Trail also encourages activity on the trail and offers additional connectivity. The Project will achieve LEED Silver.