New Apartment Community Continues to Embrace Local Arts Community

Post Production Wrap Party After 3 Days of Video Production

The Arts play a very critical role in our society; it forces us to push boundaries and take a reflective look at ourselves. Landex has commissioned $200,000 worth of art for permanent public display at Studio 3807.

Located in the Gateway Arts District in Prince George’s County, MD, Studio 3807, an upscale apartment community consisting of 147 apartment homes, 6322 square feet of retail space and 3000 square feet of artist studio space, is embracing the surrounding arts community in a unique and comprehensive manner. Peter Siegel, the developer of Studio 3807 and its sister property, Artisan at 4100, has immersed himself in the local neighborhood and is devoted to further improving the community as a whole.

“The more time I spend in the area, meeting people, experiencing the art and taking advantage of the amazing retail, restaurants and studios, the more I want to help promote this special place”, said Siegel, CEO, Landex Development. “The Arts play a very critical role in our society; it forces us to push boundaries and take a reflective look at ourselves. As part of the development of Studio 3807, our goal is to promote the arts and the artists of the Gateway Arts District. Landex has commissioned $200,000 worth of art for permanent public display at Studio 3807. Studio 3807 will also have regular scheduled artist talks and curated rotations of art displays for the public. Portico, our 3000 square feet of artist studio and gallery space, will be occupied by local artists. In addition, we are also promoting the area through social media and by sponsoring the design of two sculptural bus stops in front of Studio 3807 and Artisan 4100.”

Recently, Landex spent 3 days filming interviews with local stakeholders in the Gateways Arts District. Artists and businesses had the opportunity to discuss and display their work and reflect on this very dynamic, creative and inclusive community.

These interviews were taped on location and will soon be released for public viewing as part of an ongoing marketing campaign, aptly named “Experience The Art of Living.” This campaign also includes portraits of local artists displayed on fencing…

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