Project: Mount Villa Apartments at Turf Valley
Client: Mangione Family Enterprises

The Mount Villa Apartments are located right in the heart of Turf Valley and have views to the surrounding resort and community. The five buildings will total over 180 apartment units that will be brought on-line in phases. The clubhouse will be a unique feature for the residence and will house the leasing office, exercise room, business center, entertainment room, and a host of other amenities. The Villa Apartments aim to attract high end tenants and provide an experience in keeping with the excellent reputation of Turf Valley.


Project: Fat City Flats
Client: The Feil Organization

This project envisioned the re-development of a decades -old retail strip center into a multi-family driven mixed use project. On the edge of a gentrifying area outside New Orleans known as ‘Fat City’, the project proposes 228 residential units in a mid-rise structure surrounding an embedded parking garage. An amenity deck sits atop ground level uses including the lobby and 3,000 s.f. of restaurant space.

Project: Service Center Mixed Use
Client: Seawall

Nestled in the Remington neighborhood of Baltimore City, the Service Center is a mixed-use development that will replace an existing building to provide nearly 10,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, 14,000 sq. ft. of office space and 64 residential units. 

Project: MarketPlace at Fells Point
Client: The Dolben Company, Inc/Klein Enterprises/ Metropolitan Management Co.

Located in Historic Fells Point in Baltimore, Maryland, JP2 Architects designed these new urban lifestyle apartments to feature open rooms maximizing exterior daylight and views. A majority of the units open onto a private courtyard space complete with firepits and water features. Many of the units are rehabbed historic buildings from the late 1800s with large windows and unique special features. The apartment buildings have direct access to over 100 community retail and entertainment venues along the Fells Point waterfront. In addition to the private courtyards, the project also features a club room, lounge, fitness center, and secured parking for residents.


2015 ULI Baltimore Wavemaker Award – MarketPlace at Fells Point
This mixed-use project contains 159 apartments above 27,000 sf of retail. The project is sited in the historic waterfront Fells Point community, and retains the original street buildings while giving a modern appeal to the new construction.

Project: Hickory Flats
Client: Jabber Five Real Estate Group

One block off Main Street in Bel Air, Maryland JP2 Architects designed a multi-family residential project featuring 100 apartment units, courtyard, and a multitude of amenities, including a large club room, an outdoor dining patio, and an oversized hot tub for residents to enjoy. This modern building will bring a fresh influx of upscale apartments to downtown Bel Air.


Project: The Stories
Client: Federal Realty

Located immediately adjacent to Federal Realty's headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, The Stories is a 44-unit multi-family housing development that expands the existing award-winning Crest at Congressional Plaza residential project. Interior design of the residential units at The Stories feature open living spaces with exterior balconies. In addition to the upscale units, the project includes a business center, fitness center, and an indoor/outdoor resident lounge featuring multiple fireplaces.

JP2 Architects also provided a comprehensive signage package for the new development. The signage design draws on the materials used throughout The Stories to bring an overall cohesive design to the property’s interior and exterior spaces.


Project- Jefferson Square at Washington Hill
Client- Jefferson Apartment Group

Immediately southwest of the Johns Hopkins Hospital clinical towers, this mixed use development combines 300 residential units, 30,000 sf of retail and 450 structural parking spaces. The design for the project features loft apartments on the upper floors, a roof top pool and amenity spaces that overlook Fells Point and downtown Baltimore.  A significant effort was made to respect the row house community by providing walk-up apartment units along the street and creating a heavy cornice at the second story to create a more pedestrian friendly environment. The project was designed to have a sister building to the south and create a shared urban court between the buildings. 

Project: 2600 Sisson Street

JP2 master planned the site for a proposed 300+ unit multifamily project in the Remington neighborhood of Baltimore. The project featured street facing amenity spaces as well as two massive courtyards, one internal to the project, and a pool deck with southern exposure. The project a mix of studios, 1-bedroom units, and 2-bedroom units, complete with structured parking for the residents.

Project: St. James Place Addition
Client- Junica Properties

Located in a popular downtown Baltimore neighborhood, St. James Place Apartments is a historic building featuring ground floor retail, residential units with high ceilings and amenities such as a fitness center and private courtyard. JP2 provided Construction Administration services for the addition that provided 30 additional market-rate residential units to the existing development.


Project: Lutherville Station
Client: MLR Partners and Kinsley Properties 

Sitting between Yorkridge Shopping Center and the Lutherville Light Rail is the proposed Lutherville Station project, a mixed-use development that combines 450 apartment units, 100,000 sq. ft. of office space, 75,000 sq. ft. of retail, and associated parking. A significant portion of the master plan site design is dedicated to open green space, providing an amenity for the residential tenants as well as the general public. This plaza features a wide lawn area for gatherings or recreation, as well as more intimate zones for smaller groups or individuals to enjoy the outdoors. The apartments are four-story, “stick-built” construction with internal courtyards, and surround a pre-cast concrete parking structure. The office building design features an independent, five-story structure with the potential for retail and restaurants on the first floor. The facades of the buildings feature a mix of traditional and contemporary materials in a variety of shapes and roof forms.

Project: 3535 Clipper Road
Client: Junica Properties

Building upon the success of 3511 Clipper Road, 3535 Clipper Road is a new, ground up 4 story, 27-unit, wood framed multifamily residential building in the historic Baltimore neighborhood of Woodberry. This development will provide an attractive and safe housing solution within a vibrant, eclectic community and reinforce the City of Baltimore’s desire to develop land that encourages community development around existing transit networks. The building includes mostly efficiency/studio units. The immediate outdoor amenity spaces include an enclosed bike storage area and secluded tenant exterior patio, as well as a café located in a shipping container with a community plaza. Residents also have access to the club room and exercise room in 3511 Clipper Road.



Project: 305 West Franklin Street
Client: Junica Properties

305 West Franklin Street is a new, ground up, 84-unit multifamily residential  development located in the heart of downtown Baltimore between Mount Vernon and the Bromo-Arts district. This building will have five levels of apartments over two levels of parking and will feature amenity spaces including a sky lounge overlooking downtown Baltimore, a skylit fitness room and a ground level feature retail tenant.   Construction is slated to begin shortly with delivery in Spring 2024.


Monocacy Park - Frederick, MD
Client: Wormald Companies

This townhouse community offers the best of both worlds; nature and convenience. You can walk to your favorite retail shops, restaurants and grocery store as well as to the park, trails and ball fields along the Monocacy River. This project draws upon the rich architectural history of Frederick, yet provides contemporary conveniences in the 200 plus townhomes.

Project: 3511 Clipper Road
Client: Junica Properties

3511 Clipper Road is a new, ground up 5 story, 55 unit, wood framed multifamily residential building in the Baltimore neighborhood of Woodberry. This development will provide an attractive and safe housing solution within a vibrant, eclectic neighborhood reinforcing the City of Baltimore’s desire to develop land that encourages community development around existing transit networks. The building accommodates mostly efficiency/studio and 1-Bedroom units. The outdoor amenity spaces include enclosed bike storage, patio space, and a café located in a shipping container with a community plaza. Residents also have access to the club room and exercise room in the building.


Project: The Apartments at Westown
Client: Commercial Development

This master plan for a new residential community in Middletown, Delaware includes over 270 residences spread over 5 buildings. The site plan features a central communal green space linking all the buildings sharing a linear park with multiple fountains, a concert pavilion and formal gardens. The overall community includes amenities such as enclosed parking, a multi-level club house with multiple pools, a tot-lot, dog park, recreational ball fields and a dedicated barbeque/picnic pavilion.

Project: Huntington Avenue
Client: A&R Development

Designed as a mixed-use 220 unit apartment building in proximity to the Washington D.C. Metro, the Huntington Avenue project promotes urban style growth in a satellite metropolitan hub. Ten stories of one and two bedroom market-rate luxury apartments sit atop an embedded parking garage and 7,000 sq ft of ground floor retail. To best integrate the project into the surrounding context, stacked “two over two” condominiums occupy the back edge of the site, creating a transition into the neighborhood of single family detached style homes. The overall development exemplifies transit oriented design sitting adjacent to the existing Huntington Metro Station.

Project: The Dorothy J
Client: Commercial Development

Located in the Central Forest Neighborhood in northeast Baltimore City, The Dorothy J Apartments is the renovation of a 3-story, 44,000 square foot apartment building. Built in 1962, the existing building consisted of 44 residential units but fell victim to a fire in early 2006, leaving only the shell intact. JP2’s design modernizes the unit layouts to include updated open kitchen plans, a second bathroom in 2 bedroom units, and laundry facilities within the units. This is achieved while maintaining a 44 unit count within the existing shell of the building and providing fair housing compliant units on the first level. The exterior design is upgraded to set the building apart from similar surrounding properties while maintaining a construction budget that allows the owner to provide affordable housing to families with limited income.

Project: Hendler Creamery
Client: Commercial Development

The concept for the adaptive re-use of the historic Hendler Creamery building, located in the historic Jonestown area of Baltimore, MD, features 250 units with 15,000 sq ft of retail along Baltimore Street. The project includes exclusive amenities such as multiple outdoor courtyards, a pool deck overlooking the Baltimore skyline, basketball courts, and a yoga studio. JP2’s challenge is designing a contemporary multi-family building that does not detract from the surrounding historical context, but presents the occupants with a captivating experience showing views of the downtown Baltimore skyline.

Project: Rockville Town Square
Client: Federal Realty

JP2 Architects designed these modern, loft style apartments to infill vacant retail space along secondary and tertiary streets restoring a vibrant and pedestrian-friendly street level. These multifamily housing units feature street entries with 20–24-foot ceiling heights, open floor plans, and exposed brick interiors.

Project: Dexter Square
Client: Confidential

This four story residential building with dual courtyards and an attached parking garage was developed to maximize parking and unit count in a small parcel of land. The program included 190 units ranging from studio to 3 bedroom, and provided a more traditional residential curb appeal to intergrate with the surrounding neighborhoods.