Kensington, MD

This elegant enclave of 14 homes proves you don’t have to sacrifice style for convenience. Large single-family homes & elevator-ready towns both bear the signature OPaL style—spacious living spaces, impeccable finishes, unique elevations, and warm, radiant sunlight streaming into every room. Located a short walk to the Wheaton Metro and Town Center in close-in Kensington, MD

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Capitol Hill, DC

Winner DC Home of the Year

Two Time National Award of Merit Winner

Winner Best Renovated or Restored Project

Winner Best Multi-Family Housing 

If you could conjure the perfect urban home, this would be it. City homes are devoid of city noise. Every bedroom is a suite. Private, garage parking is a given. A ground floor without dividing walls opens fully to the outdoors. With an incomparable location near Barracks Row, Eastern Market and Metro, the best of the city lies at your feet. Yet your doorstep is tucked away, behind the rowhomes of the city incomparable privacy. 


Capitol Hill, DC

Two Time National Award Winner

Winner Best Boutique Development in DC

Winner Best Adaptive Reuse in DC

The New Union Garage is at once historic and contemporary, Federal and modern, urban and green. A trio of spacious elevator lofts transform a 100-year-old garage into a sleek structure overlooking the tree-lined avenue below. New Union Garage is both compelling and enigmatic - an appealing juxtaposition worthy of the legendary city it calls home.

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Park View, Washington DC

Winner Best Boutique Development in DC

National Award of Merit Winner

Call it eclectic. Call it cool. Anyway you color it, Morton Street Mews is an exciting new addition to Park View, DC. Effortlessly walkable with a location tucked between the Columbia Heights and Petworth Metro stations and just a block away from the neighborhood shops and restaurants lining 11th street.


Park View, DC

Winner Best Adaptive Reuse in DC

National Award of Merit Winner

Pittman's Chapel is the transformation of the Trinity A.M.E. Zion Church, designed by architect William Sidney Pittman in 1905. He was the nation's first African-American architect to have his own office and this church was his first commission. The church has been integrated with new construction, resulting in an enclave of homes unlike any other in DC. 

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Palisades, Washington DC

Finalist, Washington, DC Home of the Year

High above the C&O canal, in the coveted Palisades neighborhood, you'll find Canal Mews. These two single-family, five-bedroom coastal graystones echo the neighborhood's elevated sensibilities. With OPaL's exceptional craftmanship and a location just above Georgetown and the Potomac, Canal Mews in Palisades is the epitome of everything discerning homeowners look for in a city home.



Washington, DC

Six Time National Award Winner

Born from the traditions of Washington, DC's past, Naylor Court Stables revived one of the city's rarest and most unique historic districts. This unique enclave was designed to resemble a turn of the century equestrian stable with gated motor court and carriage homes for parking. Located in Logan Circle and just steps to the the thriving communities of Shaw and 14th Street, the nucleus of DC night life. 

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Bethesda, MD

Two Time National Award Winner

DC Home of the Year Winner

From your front porch you’ll contemplate the neighborhood’s quaint Sears & Roebuck Catalogue Homes or wave to friends as they bike along the C&O Canal Towpath. Near downtown Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Georgetown, yet far from the ordinary. Modern, but echoing time-honored traditions. Socially situated, yet private and distinct. All your greatest paradoxes intersect at Cabin John Crossing.



Baltimore, MD 

A privileged collection of 36 city homes situated around an intimate courtyard and rising up to greet stunning city views. In distinctive Italianate or Victorian style, each custom home echoed the character of Baltimore, yet still offered the casual approach-ability Fells Point is known for. Family-owned restaurants, quaint boutiques and popular hangouts — the nucleus of Baltimore nightlife — are all within steps of Lombard Court.

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Chevy Chase, MD

As if brought in by the tides, the Village Twins infuse the neighborhood with the relaxing energy of upscale retreats you'd more expect to find in the Hamptons or Martha’s Vineyard. Designed in the manner of those upscale coastal communities, these two, distinct residences are both relaxed and refined. Hardie plank and stone elevations combine with open floorplans to deliver both serene energy and grace.


Annandale, VA

Perfectly positioned in Fairfax County just minutes from Tysons Corner, Falls Church and McLean. Ravensworth Villas featured innovative semi-detached city homes centered around a private motor court.

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Silver Spring, MD

With one of Albany Grove’s stone and beam townhomes, you’re perfectly positioned for whatever life may require, ready to whisk yourself into DC, up to Baltimore or any point in between. If you need to run errands, the finest services, shops and necessities are just around the corner.


Alexandria, VA

With the Huntington Metro, Capitol Beltway, and I-95 just minutes away, Roxbury Mews provides access to the best of Alexandria. Classic in Architecture, rich in details, and modern in amenities are all brought together in a community unlike any other in Northern Virginia.

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Silver Spring, MD

Aston Manor is the quintessential OPaL community in Montgomery County—remarkable new homes placed into established neighborhoods. This harmonious blending means you get the convenience, location and retail diversity of the area's most sought after neighborhoods along with all the benefits of a new home. Nestled in a private, wooded setting between Rt. 29 and I-95, just six miles north of the Beltway, Aston Manor delivered the best of all possible worlds.