UIP partners with WhyHotel to operate units in the Kiley, it’s newest 315-unit building that just began leasing in Washington D.C.’s Capital Riverfront neighborhood. This unique partnership creates a win-win for all: it provides access to short-term rentals in the market and creates energy and interest when a building is in a lease-up mode. Find out more about this state-of-the-art concept in Multi-Housing News.
There were smiles all around as UIPPM distributed backpacks filled with school supplies to 70+ children living in four Columbia Heights apartment buildings it manages!
Leasing is going strong...
Find your new home in Noma/Union Market at UIP’s Tribeca, our highly anticipated hi-rise condominium debuting new model homes now for late summer occupancy. The first condominium in DC to become part of WhipEV’s Tesla Share, brand-new, fully-loaded Teslas that can be reserved by homeowners by smartphone. Check us in DC Urban Turf, “An Exclusive Tesla Share Debuts at NoMa’s Most Highly anticipated Condominium” www.tribecadc.com
We are excited to announce the launch of our new UIP Careers Site! It truly reflects our culture, values, and belief in the value of people...our UIPeople. Come check us out...and join an organization that is entrepreneurial, innovative, collaborative, and driven toward excellence. Become a UIPerson!
Exciting things are happening at UIP, and we are thrilled that www.boathousedc.com, our 250 apartment community at 2601 Virginia Ave NW, has just received LEED Silver Certification! UIP is dedicated to creating and renovating amazing places to live, and LEED’s acknowledgment of our environmentally conscious renovation of this former hotel has brightened our week! Come take a look today!
Two of UIP's creative property conversions, Frequency in Tenleytown and Boathouse in Foggy Bottom, are highlighted in this BISNOW article, "Office-To-Housing Plays Are Buzzier, But Retail, Hotel Conversions May Become More Common". UIP Principal Steve Schwat is quoted highlighting the benefits of adaptive reuse saying, in part, "I prefer renovating old buildings. I think it's a little more challenging than building new, and I think it's interesting to try to reuse different elements of the buildings that you're renovating". Converting office buildings and hotels to residential is a growing trend in DC, and UIP is at the forefront!
We are on our way to LEED certification for our newest property, the Kiley in SW DC, and proud to say we are LEED-Registered and awaiting designation by the US Green Building Council. As a LEED certified sustainable building, we will become one of the leaders in green buildings maximizing resident health and productivity, reducing negative environmental impacts, and using fewer resources. A “win-win” for all! Check out our state-of-the-art property at www.kileyapartments.com. Currently in lease-up, come join us!
Check out our new addition to the UIP Portfolio, The Kiley!
We honor our UIPeople with the annual Long Service Awards