July 16, 2009 -
The northeast corner of 4th and Tingey in July 2009, with Building 202
the main attraction.
March 29, 2015
- The same angle, with construction completed.
May 6, 2007 - The southeast corner of 4th and M Streets, seen here in 2007, with the very historic red brick wall and turret dominating.
April 26, 2015
- The same angle, now with Harris Teeter as the main attraction.
Nov. 3, 2014 -
The main entrance to the Twelve12 apartment building, at 1212 4th St. SE.
June 28, 2014 - The Sweetgreen space, a few days after its June 19, 2014 official opening.
June 28, 2014 - .... And from the inside looking out.
Sept. 18, 2014 - Another of Twelve12's retail tenants, TaKorean, opened in August, 2014.
July 12, 2014 - In early July, VIDA Fitness's signage went up.
June 2, 2014 -
The model unit at Twelve12, ready for visitors as the building prepares to welcome its first tenants in late June. See this gallery of interior photos
for additional shots.
June 14, 2014 - Finishing touches being put on the service road east of 4th Street, at M.
March 2004 - Looking at the southern side of M Street, westward from 5th Street, in March 2004.
December 13, 2014
- The same angle, with US DOT long since having filled in much of the skyline, and with Twelve12's construction now joining in.
July 2009 -
A slightly different view from 4th and Tingey, looking north along 4th, in 2009. Peeking out at far left is the Boilermaker Shops
October 5, 2014
- The same angle, completed.
October 20, 2003 - What one used to see near the old brick turret when looking south on 4th from M.
March 2007 - The old view of the Parcel D lot from 4th Street was not particularly inviting. (Although being able to see all of Building 202 is not a bad thing.)
Old Parcel D Designs
The original Parcel D designs, unveiled in 2007, called for 320,000 sq ft of office space above the supermarket, and a separate residential building, 400 Tingey, with 170-190 apartments. Designs by Shalom Baranes Associates
A view of the previous designs for Parcel D, showing the western side of the development, which would face 4th Street. At far left is the sentry tower at M Street. The grocery store is still planned for the ground-floor area at left, but in 2010 the site plan was redesigned to be a single all-residential building with ground-floor retail. These 2007 designs by Shalom Baranes Associates