Early rendering of planned project at 1309-1315 Clifton Street NW.
A six-story residential development of between 160 and 170 residential units is on the boards for one of the highest points in Columbia Heights.
The project, from Aria Development Group, would be located at 1309-1315 Clifton Street NW (map), down the street from Cardozo High School. It would consist of a new building at 1309 Clifton Street NW and the renovation of an existing building at 1315 Clifton Street NW. The project architect is Cunningham|Quill Architects.
Plans for the breakdown of apartments would include studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms, both market-rate and affordable units. There would be 36 underground parking spaces and 90 bicycle parking spots.
Aria Development Group presented the design of the project to an ANC 1B committee earlier this week, and plans to submit a consolidated planned unit development to the Zoning Commission in the coming months. In other words, it will probably be awhile until we know if the biggest project to come to Columbia Heights in recent memory is actually happening.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/165-unit_development_planned_for_one_of_the_highest_points_in_downtown_dc/9442
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