CODA at Bryant Street

Coda at Bryant Street is the first to deliver of the Bryant Street Project in Edgewood. 

The 154 residences of CODA include both market rate and 11 workforce housing apartments, 2,271 SF ground floor retail, and will be dynamically animated throughout all common and public spaces by murals from local artist group, No Kings Collective. The first phase of this development will include building approximately 345 residential apartment units and 47,000 square feet of retail.

Amenities for CODA at Bryant Street include floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious outdoor terraces and Juliet balconies, wood-style flooring, chef-designed kitchens offering modern matte black Delta™ plumbing fixtures, white quartz countertops, sleek under-cabinet lighting, and spacious wood closets. The lobby concierge will welcome guests and residents to a library and a communal table for flexible work options or social gatherings. There will be access controlled bike storage and a repair shop, a penthouse-level, spacious attic-inspired clubhouse lounge with outdoor terrace, coworking space on the mezzanine level, and a gym with strength, cardio and fitness on demand.

The project plans for a retail-activated plaza oriented to the Metropolitan Branch Trail and the new pedestrian bridge, providing access to the Rhode Island Avenue metro station. MRP will be targeting a health club as one of the lead retail tenants for phase one. The architect for the residential buildings is SK&I.

The Bryant Street development is ideally located in northeast DC at the nexus of four growing neighborhoods: Edgewood, Eckington, Brookland, and Brentwood, in Ward 5, which is the political district of the majority of northeast DC.

Bryant Street benefits from its location adjacent to a Metrorail Red Line Station.  The Red Line is the busiest Metrorail line and runs through a majority of DC’s employment centers including Silver Spring, NoMa, Union Station, Gallery Place/Chinatown, East End, Farragut Square, Dupont Circle, Chevy Chase, and Bethesda.

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Pursuant to the District of Columbia Inclusionary Zoning program, income restricted units are available at this development. Please contact the Department of Housing and Community Development at www.dhcd.dc.gov regarding the availability of such units and requirements for registration in the Inclusionary Zoning program.