11th and M

Washington, DC
10Eleven M Street brings new vitality to a blighted corner in the Mt. Vernon Square neighborhood.

10Eleven M Street brings new vitality to a blighted corner in the Mt. Vernon Square neighborhood, northeast of Downtown Washington, DC. The small infill site at the intersection of 11th and M Streets, is a mixed-use project that will replace a parking lot. The building site wraps a historic townhouse on the corner which is not part of the site. The unique characteristics of the site provide an opportunity for the new building to become an eye-catching focal point for the intersection. Located blocks from the DC Convention Center Metro station this building will support a multi-modal, urban lifestyle.

The building massing was broken down into two separate “buildings” to better respond to the corner historic building and context. The larger building has a more traditional DC Neoclassical façade facing on M Street which is inspired by some of DC’s Best Addresses and hosts the main residential entry. The smaller building has a more modern façade with full glass bay windows and faces the more commercial 11th Street. The ground floor of this façade has continuous retail with outdoor seating contributing to a more active and vibrant streetscape.

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71 condo units

4,000 sf of retail

below grade parking for 21 cars and 40 bikes

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