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ARLINGTON AND ROSSLYN, VA. —Donohoe Construction worked as the general contractor on two multifamily projects recently completed in the Washington, D.C. area. In Arlington, Houston-based Camden developed Camden Potomac Yard, a $66 million, 396,000-square-foot apartment building. The project is comprised of 378 units and 12 stories, with an additional 190,400-square-foot parking garage. Amenities include a rooftop pool and spa with adjoining party room and theatre, a fitness room, a public conference room and an internet café. Washington, D.C.-based WDG Architecture was the project architect. Construction began in April 2005 and completed this March.
In Rosslyn, Rockville, Md.-based Washington Real Estate Investment Trust developed Bennett Park Apartments, a $64 million, two-building complex. The high-rise building is located at 1601 Clarendon Blvd. and features 224,000 square feet, 15 stories, 178 units and an 110,700-square-foot parking garage. The mid-rise building is located at 1600 Wilson Blvd. and features 62,900 square feet, 9 stories, 46 units and a 29,500-square-foot parking garage. Shared amenities include a fitness room, club/community room and a billiards room. Additionally, the mid-rise features 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. Bethesda, Md.-based Architects Collaborative was the project architect. Construction began in August 2004 and completed this March.

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