The Maples

  • D.C. Landmark The Maples Moves to Phase Two of Development

    Urban Pace has announced that the renovation of the Altus Realty Partners community, The Maples, a Federalist Era Washington, D.C., mansion that is being repurposed into condominiums, has moved into the second phase of development and has targeted completion for the project for the final quarter of 2014.

    Midatlantic 18 November 2013 18:49

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