Preliminary rendering. Courtesy of R2L: Architects.
Developers met with the community last week to discuss the project and share a preliminary rendering from R2L: Architects. Here are the basics. The five-story building will contain five one-bedroom units, and seven two- and three-bedroom units. Six parking spaces are included in the plan, as well as one affordable unit. There will not be a retail component, and construction is likely to begin in about a year.
Property owner Goodeon Kingston will not need to go through the ANC or the BZA for any zoning relief, Flahaven reported, so this was a relatively rare opportunity for the community to weigh in on the plans. As Flahaven said, “reactions to the building design ranged from outrage to acceptance.” The representatives will be returning to the community with updated plans in the near future.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/12-unit_condo_project_coming_to_hill_east/6594
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