Jefferson and Axiom at Capitol Yards
Washington, DC
CLIENT
JPI
STATUS
Completed 2008
SERVICES
Architecture
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Program

Two 12-story residential towers. 70 Eye Street  includes 448-units, and the Axiom at 100 Eye Street includes 247-units. Both buildings feature a roof-top pool, fitnesss center, and party rooms.  3 levels of below grade parking totaling 1000 parking spaces.

Description

The Capitol Riverfront neighborhood of Washington, D.C. is redeveloping at a rapid pace; new development announced to date will add more than 6,600 residential units, over 800 new hotel rooms, almost 5 million-sf of new office space, and over 500,000-sf of retail space.

The Jefferson at Capitol Yards is designed to reflect the integration of the area’s historic industrial architecture with modern design and materials. The building façade is reminiscent of historic warehouse buildings, such as those found in the old Navy Yard, with large windows and brick providing the look of a renovated warehouse converted for modern living. This design concept is carried indoors with open ceilings, exposed ductwork, and other dynamic features that combine to provide a warm, casual, and comfortable environment.

Axiom at Capitol Yards takes a different design approach, making a bold statement with its dark-colored brick, metallic bay windows, detailed metal rail accents, and contemporary metal-framed bay caps. The impressive triple-height lobby showcases a dazzling glass staircase, white terrazzo marble flooring, and stylish décor. Apartments features sleek frameless cabinets with stainless steel hardware, and other “edgy” design elements.

Both apartment communities will have resort-style rooftop pools with sundecks and views of the Capitol and Nationals Ballpark, first-class fitness centers, business centers, conference rooms, movie theaters, underground parking, and 24-hour concierge service.

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