Hartman Design Group was honored to design the amenity interiors of the Harlow, and even before developers Urban Atlantic and Brookfield Properties cut the ribbon on their 179-unit “Harlow” affordable-housing apartment building near Nationals Park, it was 95% leased.
Harlow has a total of 179 apartments, of which 36 are public housing units. Amenities in the new construction structure include seating areas, a club lounge complete with a communal kitchen, foosball and shuffleboard tables, and more.
In its interior design efforts, Hartman Design Group chose a neutral color palette with punches of color. It is both calming and sophisticated. The walls are painted in shades of white and gray, while the floors are made of hardwood or polished concrete. The furniture is similarly understated, with clean lines and simple shapes that allow the space to speak for itself.
Another standout feature of The Harlow’s interior design is the attention to detail. From the carefully curated artwork on the walls to the lighting fixtures, every aspect of the space has been thoughtfully considered to create a cohesive and harmonious whole. The result is a space that’s both stylish and functional.
To make way for the new construction, old buildings were demolished. The developers worked with the D.C. Housing Authority to include public housing units, replacing those lost through the demolition. Funded in part through D.C. Housing Production Trust Fund financing and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, the apartments offer great amenities to its affordable and market-rate residents even as it serves as an example of what a local public-private partnership can do.
To learn more about Hartman Design Group’s affordable-housing interior design experience and ethos, contact us today.