Rental of new apartments in Les Parcs on the former site of Walter Reed

The planned mixed-use development on the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site in northwest Washington continues to grow with new residential and commercial options, the latest of which is a 323-apartment building.

The Hartley includes 58,000 square feet of retail space, with a 42,000 square foot Whole Foods Market. The apartment building is a focal point for the Parks Marketplace, which is the commercial and community square that faces Georgia Avenue and will include a total of 90,000 square feet of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues.

Located at 7150 12th St. NW, The Hartley features a double-height lobby with a smart entry system, 24-hour concierge services, refreshments, and seating areas. A second-floor lounge overlooks the plaza and is adjacent to a coworking space with private meeting and call rooms, a fitness center with a yoga room, and a club room with a kitchen. catering, games and large-screen televisions. The sixth floor includes an indoor living room and a terrace. The residence also includes two courtyards. One has a pool with cabanas, an outdoor fitness area, and grilling stations. The other courtyard has a meditation garden and a fountain. Other amenities include parking, a pet spa, bicycle storage, and a guest suite.

Residents can also access amenities at Parks, the 66-acre redevelopment of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center historic site, which features 20 acres of outdoor space, including a 10,000-square-foot dog park . Community programs and events take place near Hartley on the Great Lawn, Arts Plaza and Marketplace Plaza.

The Hartley’s residences range from studios to three-bedroom units in six townhouses and 317 apartments, including 32 apartments designated as affordable housing. The residences have contemporary style kitchens with modern cabinetry, quartz counters and islands and a porcelain tile backsplash. Units also have nine-foot-high ceilings, home automation including smartphone locks and smart thermostats, energy-efficient appliances, and a washer and dryer. Most of the accommodations have a balcony or a terrace.

The developers are Hines, Triden Development Group and Urban Atlantic, along with joint venture partner Bridge Investment Group and Bozzuto. The building was designed by architects Torti Gallas Urban.

Rents range from $1,862 per month for a 478-square-foot studio to $4,587 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,318-square-foot townhouse.

The Hartley is now rented and move-ins will begin in early October. For more information, visit

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