Village Center at Stadium Place, the mixed-use building developed by GEDCO and opened in July 2021, has been selected for a Wavemaker Award from the Baltimore Chapter of Urban Land Institute.
The project architects, Moseley Architects, received the award, which was given based on “on a sense of place and quality, sustainability, visionary emulation qualities, and need.”
Village Center is located at the corner of 33rd Street and Ednor Road.
The building includes below grade parking, ground level commercial space, second level commercial office space, and 70 units of over-55 housing. Amenity space for the residential units is located on the fourth floor, with access to a rooftop terrace and inspiring views of Stadium Place and the city beyond. The building achieved National Green Building Institute certification, and includes numerous green building features such as efficient HVAC systems and low-flow plumbing fixtures.
In describing the project, Moseley noted “The developers conceived of a mixed-use project with a blending of commercial uses and senior housing. Over many years of programming and development, they refined the exact blend of commercial and residential uses based on available funding sources and market needs. This project adds to the initial vision of Stadium Place as an urban mixed-use, mixed-income senior living community.”
The Project Team included Commercial Development, Developer; Avenue5 Zen Apartments, Property Manager; The Verve Partnership, Interior Design; Kibart, MEP Engineer; Wolfman & Associates, P.C., Structural Engineer; STV Group Inc., Civil Engineer; Commercial Construction LLC, General Contractor; Pando Alliance, Energy Consultant; Craig Richmond Landscape Architecture, Landscape Architect.
The Neighborhood Impact Investment Fund was a participant in the financing which was led by Baltimore Community Lending. Fulton Bank and New Market Tax Credits provided by SunTrust and Harbor Bankshares provided financing.
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