The Batley Apartments in Washington, DC, near Union Market, begin leasing

The Batley begins leasing its luxury apartments above La Cosecha

In the Union Market environs, compact living with creature comforts

The Batley luxury apartments in Washington, D.C. began leasing last month. La Cosecha Latin Market will be part of the retail space in the historic building near Union Station. The Batley kept is throwback look with a historic, brick-accented street-level facade, contrasting its modern template for the residences above. The project was finalized and delivered by Level 2 Development. A total of 432 luxury residential will lease up in the 11-story building.

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New developments transform Union Market living

La Cosecha, new luxury residences revitalize Union Market neighborhood

New, upcoming developments, Latin market create curb appeal for historic neighborhood

Union Market is fast-becoming a destination that reflects some of the exciting facets of restaurant and real estate development that is reshaping Washington, D.C. La Cosecha brings a Lain experiential food and retail marketplace like no other. Edens, the retail developer of La Cosecha, revealed some of the details when it announced the first set of stores and eateries to open early this year. Now, additional restaurants have been unveiled for the food hall + retail venue.

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Union Market in DC will be home to La Cosecha Latin Market, a mix of restaurant, retail, community and cultural spaces

Latin Market food hall + cultural space arrives at Union Market in June

La Cosecha is a mix of food hall, cultural center, retail in NoMa

This summer, La Cosecha Latin Market will arrive at Union Market, Washington, D.C. The 20,000 square-foot mix of culinary, retail, entertainment and community gathering space will host various artisans, businesses and entrepreneurs that deliver Latin-inspired flavors, food and drink at the 4th Street Northeast location. Retail developer Edens is launching La Cosecha, which means “harvest” in Spanish, in late June with a bounty of 14 retailers and restaurants in a growing section of the NoMa neighborhood.

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