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  • EYA COMPLETED COMMUNITIES JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    Bryan Square, Southeast DC Bryan Square, Southeast DC

    Chancellors Row, Northeast DC Chancellors Row, Northeast DC

    National Park Seminary, Silver Spring, MD

    National Park Seminary, Silver Spring, MD

    Arts District, Hyattsville, MD

  • EYA MISSION JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    HAPPY HOMEOWNERS

    % Homeowners Willing to Refer EYA to a Friend:

    97% of ALL EYA homeowners over past 5 years

    100% of ALL EYA homeowners 2015

    98% Chancellors Row homeowners

    Continued spectacular overall satisfaction results and near perfect consistency Again, most of the key

    measurements that drive customer satisfaction are at or above our top 10% of clients.

    -Woodland, OBrien & Scott

    QUALITY HOMES

    Over 290 National & Regional Industry Awards:

    National Housing Quality Gold Award, 2015

    Americas Best Builder, 2000, 2009

    ULI Award of Excellence Winner 1998, 2010 / Finalist 2014, 2006, 2002, 1999, 1997

    NAHB Project of the Year Grand Award

  • EYA OVERVIEW JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    Founded in 1992: 24 years working exclusively on projects in the Washington Metropolitan area

    High-Quality: Creative site plans with unique high-quality architecture compatible with surroundings

    Infill Focus: High-quality, urban infill residential, mixed-use and mixed-income development

    Community Oriented: Build consensus through participatory processes

    Mixed-Income: Significant experience integrating new affordable with market rate units

    Dedicated Team: Fully-integrated, 90 employees: acquisition, construction, and sales

    Sustainable Design: Over 1,000 LEED Units Certified Since 2009

    Life within Walking Distance

  • PROJECT EVOLUTION JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    December 3, 2015150 - 180 Homes

    February 18, 201690 100 Homes

    July 12, 201682 Homes

  • PROJECT OVERVIEW JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    PROJECT FACTS

    82 high-quality townhomes

    Red brick faade & front porches

    Designs blend in with neighborhood

    Homes reduced from 4 to 3 stories

    Homes have at least 3 bedrooms and are designed for families

    Nearly 3 acres of public open space

    Historic preservation of seminary building and front and side yards

    10 new affordable homes

    Preservation of most trees

    Potential traffic calming on 13th/Sargent

    Other community amenities include:

    o Capital Bikeshare station

    o Park areas with climbable sculptures for children and space for gathering

    o Public art

    o New public street parking proposed on 12th Street

    New Webster configuration deters cut-through traffic

    Homeowner & visitor parking accommodated on-siteIncluded in historic preservation application

  • COMMUNITY BENEFITS JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    New Public Park SpacesImprovement and preservation of more than 2.5 acres of open space in a public access easement to create truly public gathering space in Michigan Park

    Historic PreservationPreservation of the Seminary building and surrounding land area, 50% of total land area

    Tree PreservationPreservation of all but one tree on the sides and front of seminary along with almost all of the oak trees on 12th Street

    Transportation Benefits Bikeshare Station Potential carshare space Potential Traffic Calming: Sensor activated lit crosswalks, traffic calming circles, traffic camera, improved signage, bump-outs Pedestrian improvements to sidewalks and crosswalks surrounding the site

    Public Art & SculptureCommission public art and sculpture in open spaces from local artists

    Affordable Housing12% of units affordable with more than 50% of ADUs at 50% of AMI

    Additional Public Street Parking Additional street parking along 12th Street Work with neighbors to secure RPP for their blocks if desired

    Water Connection at 12th St. & Michigan Ave. Park

    Others?

  • NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • ARCHITECTURE JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • ARCHITECTURE JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • ARCHITECTURE JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • ARCHITECTURE JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • ARCHITECTURE JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • OPEN SPACE JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    UPDATE

    Seasonal Gardens Throughout Property

    Typical Pedestrian Crossing over Bioswales Typical Bioswale Planting Casual Seating Wall at Seminary Garden

  • OPEN SPACE JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    Casual Seating

    Paths and Planting

    Natural Playscapes

    Natural Playscapes Metal Fence along 12th

  • CONCEPT PLAN JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • TRANSPORTATION CONTEXT JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • INTERSECTION ANALYSIS JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

  • PARKING JOSEPHITE SEMINARY

    July 12, 2016 WASHINGTON, DC

    : 12th & Allison street parking

    : New public street parking

    : Private garage parking

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