Feb. 26, 2017
- The view of what is now 1221 Van as seen from South Capitol south of N Street, with Parking Garage B of Nats Park in the foreground.
Feb. 26, 2017
- Standing in front of the ballpark's Center Field Gate at Half and N, looking west-northwest toward the 1221 Van construction.
Dec. 10, 2016 - The reverse view down South Capitol Street, showing the building's proximity to Nationals Park.
Initial renderings released in summer 2014 of the 290-unit apartment building just north of Nationals Park. At left is the stylized view of building as seen from the corner of Van and N, while at right is the overhead view from above South Capitol Street showing the open facade to the courtyard above the 6th floor. (8/20/14)
The northwest corner of Van and N, in early 2007, the same as the above-left rendering. (2/11/07)
Oct. 16, 2016 -The residential entrance will be on Van Street, seen here with the new fence signage.
May 28, 2016 - The project's tower crane--and its crescent moon that lights at night and changes color--has become a focal point from inside Nats Park. By the end of the season the building's skeleton will dominate the skyline to the northwest of the ballpark.
Another rendering, showing the view of 1244 looking down South Capitol toward N Street and Nationals Park.
Oct. 21, 2007 - The northeast corner of South Capitol and N as it looked for a number of years, with the BP Amoco station in its final weeks of operation. Note the familiar white-domed building in the distance at left.
A rendering showing the residential entrance on Van Street.
Another view at Van and N, this time as if you are floating above one of the Nats Park garages. At right is the not-yet-built Akridge Half Street
July 9, 2006 - The BP gas station operated until late 2007. This image from the summer of 2006 also shows the Monument Realty branding of the site. (7/9/06)
December 29, 2006 - This odd little building stood along South Capitol Street, on the northwest edge of what is now the 1244 South Capitol footprint, until January 2007. If you look closely you can see initial Nationals Park construction in the distance at far right.