Brentwood Apartment Complex Breaks Ground

Another high-end apartment complex has broken ground in Brentwood.

Slated to open in 2019, Artisan 4100 will feature 84 apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail and cater to performing artists in much the same way that its sister complex across the street, Studio 3807, highlights the visual arts.

The Hyattsville Wire caught up with caught up with Peter Siegel, CEO of Landex Development, to learn more about the project.

He said the two complexes are designed to be complementary, with Artisan 4100 having a more traditional look.

“Our intention was not to replicate the look of Studio 3807,” he said. “We wanted to maintain the diverse look and feel of the community and avoid the sterile look of over development.”

Artisan 4100 will have many of the same amenities: free wifi, an outdoor courtyard with grills and fire pits, entertainment areas and a fitness center, electric vehicle charging stations, an LEED Gold certification for energy conservation, ZipCar and Capital Bikeshare stations and a permanent collection of original art from local artists.

It will also have guest suites that residents can use for visiting family and friends, which will be available to residents of Studio 3807 as well.

Further, Artisan 4100 will also have artist studios designed to accommodate a five-piece band available for rent.

“Studio 3807 and Artisan 4100 will balance each other, not compete,” Siegel said. “Studio 3807 will be a hub of art activity – art shows at Portico Studios & Gallery, the excitement of the culinary arts at Savor at Studio 3807, and the artists’ talks at Studio 3807 — where artists can create and hone their craft. Artisan 4100 will be an active but more reflective participant in the Gateway Arts District.”

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1 Response to Brentwood Apartment Complex Breaks Ground

  1. Andrea Kenner says:

    I really wish they would put more balconies into these newer apartment buildings

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