A New 13-Unit Development Proposed for 14th Street
It looks like the 14th Street residential pipeline still has room to grow, and a newly-proposed project comes with pandemic-friendly features.
Willard Partners is seeking concept approval to incorporate the façades of the attached commercial buildings at 2204-2206 14th Street NW (map) into a six-story development that would deliver 13 units above 2,600 square feet of retail. Rather than having two elevators in the building common areas, the elevators would provide interior access to each unit to maximize the residential space in the building.
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The resulting unit mix spans from one-bedrooms with dens to two-bedrooms with dens. In addition to in-unit elevators, the residences would also include features like fireplaces, built-in library walls, and private outdoor space. Ten percent of the residential space would be set aside to provide at least one inclusionary zoning unit.
There would also be a rooftop lap pool, and the development would also include four rear surface parking spaces. PGN Architects is the designer.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/13-unit-infill-development-proposed-for-14th-street/17535.
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