We’re thrilled to share that construction on The Remy Phase II will begin in August 2020! The HDG team is honored to have provided interior design services for this multi-family building in the Harkins District in Prince Georges County.
A neighbor to Remy I; Remy Phase II will have its own amenities, including a social co-working lobby, a sunny living room, a clubroom/game room, fitness and yoga, and a co-working lounge – all surrounding the expansive courtyard. Providing a healthy connection to the outdoors, a four-season lounge opens to a roof deck, and a transit café is the place to stop for a cup of coffee before hopping on the train. Both buildings have immediate access to the Marc Train and Amtrak for commuters heading north or south to DC.
Developer – Berman Enterprises
Architect – BCT Design Group
Interior Designer – Hartman Design Group
Management Company – LIVEbe
Hartman Design Group is proud to welcome Mark Scott as Vice President of Business Development, overseeing all marketing and expansion efforts.
Mark joins HDG, with a career that spans five decades, which includes over three million square feet of commercial projects in six countries and 12 years in Business Development, most recently serving as Managing Director of Business Development at Henry Adams.
Mark’s career comprises of working in firms that specialize in architecture, traffic engineering, construction, and MEP Engineering. His design specialization has been in retail, entertainment, hospitality, religious, office, and senior living.
Decades devoted to the practice of architecture has equipped Mark with a protracted view of the design process from an array of vantage points. His ability to establish solid relationships, combined with his willingness to help others succeed, has been a hallmark of his career.
In his spare time, Mark is spending time with his family, playing instruments, mentoring professionals and promoting citizen science. Please join us in welcoming Mark to the HDG family!
“My steps are guided by intellect, linear thinking, and a desire to make this a better world – one interaction at a time.”
As we observe and honor this often-forgotten moment in history, President, Phyllis Hartman shares this letter to HDG employees and colleagues:
While racism in the U.S. has been the elephant in the room for centuries, the pandemic has exposed the suffering of our Black Americans. people of color, and immigrant communities like nothing has before. The loss and pain experienced in our country have left communities, institutions, and even our democracy tested. Our thoughts are with all of those impacted as well as their families and friends.
As citizens, this is not a time to be quiet. It is a time to reexamine our views, share our thoughts, seek to understand, solidify our beliefs, and stand together for what is right, compassionate, and just.
We stand strong as a nation when we embrace our diversity and come together to share our culture, creativity, and experience. To our colleagues in the Black community — we see you. You matter, your lives matter, and you are valued. To those of you who have come from another land and have chosen this country to be your home, thank you for all that you bring to our nation and communities.
The beauty of this country lies in the diversity of its people.