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Construction Starts on New Headquarters for Community Action Group

Process—————15 May 2012

Construction has started along Fifteenth Street in Southeast DC for a new headquarters building for a local non-profit. The Community Action Group provides social services for residents of their neighborhood. In 2008, while undergoing renovation, the existing building occupied by the Group suffered a structural collapse and was subsequently razed. The Community Action Group's new sixteen thousand square foot building will hold offices for twelve staff members, a multipurpose room, dining area and fitness room. The ground floor will be used for the assembly of constituency meetings and other social events, while the second floor will house staff offices and training rooms.

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture is working with local general contractor MCN Build on this design-build venture.

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New Office - Raleigh, North Carolina

2 November 2022

We are pleased to announce that we are expanding our business with a new Raleigh, North Carolina, office. To learn more about our expansion, check out more details on our website.

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We're Hiring

14 February 2022

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture is hiring an Architectural Physical Model Builder. A successful applicant would demonstrate the abilities listed below and have 0-5 years of experience. 

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Creating Cutting Edge Educational Design

21 September 2021

Creating cutting edge educational design for students and educators creates opportunities for uplifting and positive environments. The possibilities to engage students in pedagogically relevant and

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Newsletter, Fall 2021

24 August 2021

Discover what's new in our Studio; Adaptive reuse project in historic Southern Building, Benning Campus construction nearing completion, DC Housing Authority Judiciary House improvements, etc.

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DC's Eckington's Alethia Tanner Park Unveils at NoMA Park

10 August 2021

Formerly a fenced-off field, this two-acre plot of land, next to the Metropolitan Branch Trail just north of the New York Avenue Bridge, is an unexpectedly quiet reprieve from the hustle and bustle

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