19J is an 11-story mixed-use project proposed on the vibrant J Street corridor in Midtown. Designed for millennials and young professionals that value sustainable urban living, the proposed project at the northwest corner of 19th and J Streets aims to provide innovative workforce density.
The project features 173 innovatively designed, residential rental units above 7,000 square feet of ground floor retail. The “small and smart” studio design addresses the critical need for more affordable units tailored toward the young workforce in the heart of the central city. 19J provides several communal spaces for its residents to enjoy including: outdoor/indoor patios and lounges, fitness centers, a sky terrace overlooking the downtown skyline, and a 1,500 square foot rooftop garden.
Intelligent Elegant Density: The epitome of urban living is seen in 19J, bringing much-needed workforce density to the heart of Midtown through affordability, simplicity and sustainability
Affordable By Design: Rental studios range from 312 to 460 square feet with innovative design elements to provide attainable housing for the workforce.
Transit- Oriented Development: The project site sits on two major bus routes and across the street from the proposed streetcar line’s most eastward stop in Midtown
Reducing Dependency On Cars: The project incentivizes sustainable urban living by providing car-sharing and bike-sharing services and excess bike storage for residents
Neighborhood Business Cultivation: Millennial residents value outdoor experience and amenities provided within walking distance. 19J enables residents spend less money on rent, less time indoors, and more time in the heart of Midtown, generating an increased demand for restaurants and services
Street Activation: Ground floor retail along 19th Street and outdoor patio seating will encourage street activation. The outdoor communal patios, Juliet balconies and large glass balconies merge the public and private realms
Energy Efficiency And Resource Conservation: 19J aims to be LEED certified and zero-net energy, utilizing solar panels and solar power from the grid
19th & J St.