Early 2015 renderings of the two residential buildings planned for "Parcel O" at the Yards. At left is the view looking southeast at 4th and Tingey, showing both the 138-unit condo building known as the Bower being developed by PN Hoffman (fronting Tingey) and the 190-unit rental building by Forest City. At right is a view looking westward from what will be a new 5th Street, with a new block of Water Street running at the south end of the block. (From the 35% Design Review submission to the National Capital Planning Commission.)
Sept. 30, 2018 - The southwest corner of Tingey, currently, with the Bower in the foreground and the Forest City rental building at rear.
Jan. 6, 2019 -
Looking north toward the project, with the two parallel towers of the rental building at front and the Bower's rear units seen between them.
The Bower, Sliding from to July 2009 to June 2018
The southeast corner of 4th and Tingey, from 2009 to now, showing the Bower facing Tingey and the Forest City apartment building farther down 4th.
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Oct. 16, 2010 - From early 2010 to late 2015, Parcel O was home to the operations of the DC outlet of Trapeze School New York. (It has since moved to New Jersey and Tingey.)
Sept. 30, 2018 -
And the same view more than seven years later.
Dec. 10, 2017 - The Bower's sales office, in the ground floor of sibling Arris.
May, 2004 - The corner of 5th Street and Tingey Avenue did actually exist back before the Yards started being redeveloped, as seen here.
A 2015 rendering showing what the same location is expected to look like after development. The condo building is to the right, facing Tingey, with the residential building at rear.
September 30, 2018
- The current view of the northeast corner of 4th and Water.
A 2015 rendering showing what the same location is expected to look like after development, with the rental building running north along 4th Street and with the condo building at the north end of the block. Not seen at far right will be the new extension of Water Street eastward to the rebuilt 5th Street.