BALTIMORE– November 21, 2011 – – Hord Coplan Macht is proud to announce the re-opening of the DC War Memorial. Since August 2010, the historic Memorial and grounds have been under restoration through funding by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Under a term contract with the National Park Service, HCM led the team of preservation architects, conservators, cultural landscape architects and engineers in this intensive rehabilitation effort . Completed in 1931, the Peristyle Doric Temple, located on the National Mall in West Potomac Park, was built to memorialize local heroes who served the nation in World War I. The first war memorial on the Mall, the DC War Memorial lists all 499 District residents who lost their lives in the war, regardless of their rank, race, or gender.
BALTIMORE–January 10, 2012 – – Located on the waterfront in historic Fells Point, HCM’s Union Wharf project is a $72 million, 281-unit, mixed-use development that embodies the character of its unique setting. The project features open, loft-like residences overlooking the harbor and multiple courtyards. In addition to residential units, the first-floor will contain a mix of uses including approximately 4,500 sf of retail and 10,000 sf of amenities and common areas.
Resident amenities in the seven-story community include a resort-style lobby; 150-foot zero edge pool; clubroom with lounge, bar room, billiards room, and theatre; fitness center with yoga room; cyber café and conference room; and pocket parks providing ample outdoor green space.
The project is expected to open in Fall 2013.