The developer of the 147-unit building, Landex Development, has commissioned $200,000 worth of art for permanent public display at the building. In addition, Studio 3807 will have a regular schedule of artist talks and rotating art displays for the public.
Local artists will occupy the studio spaces.
Peter Siegel, chief executive of Landex, plans to sponsor the design of two sculptural bus stops in front of the company’s two apartments, Studio 3807, and its sister property, Artisan at 4100.
The neighborhood, which spans about two miles, also offers access to MARC trains, two Green Line Metro stations and several bus lines. Numerous restaurants, cafes, theaters and galleries are part of the community. Studio 3807 will include 6,322 square feet of retail space.
Rent is still to be determined for the studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
Amenities include a courtyard with grills and a fire pit, an outdoor entertainment area, a lounge with a catering kitchen, a fitness center with a yoga studio, bike storage, a bike-sharing facility and a garage with car-charging stations.
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