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166 Apartments + 222 Hotel Rooms for Capitol Crossing Center Block

  • March 10, 2021

by Nena Perry-Brown

Rendering of the proposed residential building. Click to enlarge.

Almost 18 months after office use was nixed for the the center block of DC's Capitol Crossing development, we are getting our first glimpse of the mix of uses that will land there instead.

Property Group Partners (PGP) plans to file a second-stage planned unit development (PUD) application to deliver 166 apartments, 222 hotel rooms and 21,600 square feet of retail above the Center Leg Freeway off F Street between 2nd and 3rd Street NW (map). The residential and hotel uses would each be in a 12-story building atop a shared two-story retail-and-amenity podium.

Rendering of Capitol Crossing, from Massachusetts Avenue. Click to enlarge.

About half of the residential units will have balconies, and 50 of the units will be affordable. The unit mix will be studios to two-bedrooms.

Lobby entrances of both buildings (residential at left). Click to enlarge.

The façade of the residential building will include pre-cast concrete with wood and aluminum accents, and the façade of the hotel building will include pre-cast concrete with brass panels and textured glass accents. The hotel will also have a rooftop restaurant, and the residential building will have a rooftop pool deck. Ennead Architects is the designer. 

Rendering of the hotel, from F Street. Click to enlarge.

The development team plans to file the PUD application in April; if everything proceeds on schedule, the project may break ground in 2023. The North block of Capitol Crossing has already delivered and the South block has zoning approvals and is moving toward the building permit stage. Additional renderings are below.

Rendering of the hotel, from F Street. Click to enlarge.
Hotel, from 3rd and F Streets. Click to enlarge.

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/166-apartments-and-222-hotel-rooms-for-capitol-crossing-center-block/17983

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