This development turned the grossest wall in the whole city to one of the hippest places to live. 2030 Atlantic Plumbing is a new residential development that is currently targeting the artistic and the cool with sales beginning this fall for condos, and the first move-in happening in spring 2015. There has been a huge emphasis on the surrounding neighborhood during the marketing of 2030AP with the 9:30 Club often brought up due to it being right across the street. The two-building development was designed by architect Morris Adjmi and includes 62 condos, over nine-foot-high ceilings, ceiling-to-floor windows, and a full list of amenities ranging from a shared roof deck to a reserved parking garage. It doesn't stop once you're on the street level because there is nearly 5,000-square-feet of retail space that will include a new Landmark Theatre location and multiple new restaurants.
There is a lot more to expect because this project comes with two additional sites still in the works. The Washington Project for the Arts is already planning on moving into one of these upcoming sites. The addresses to the three sites are 2030 8th Street, 807 V Street and 2112 8th Street, and 933-945 Florida Avenue.
· 2030 Atlantic Plumbing Website [2030 Atlantic Plumbing]
· Progress at the Atlantic Plumbing Building Project [Borderstan]
· Is This Gum-Covered Wall the Grossest One in D.C.? [Curbed DC]
· The 9:30 Club Is Getting Two New Neighbors. One Huge, One Not So Huge. [Curbed]