18-Unit Condo Project Planned For 14th and W Street
2200 14th Street NW. Courtesy of Google Maps.
At Monday night’s ANC 1B Design Review Committee, Community Three Development looked for approval from the committee for variances associated with a new 18-unit condo project planned for 14th and W Street NW.
UrbanTurf readers may recognize the address — 2200-2202 14th Street NW (map) — of this project as another concept (25 condos and a fast casual restaurant) was floated for the site back in July 2012. Valor Development decided not to move forward with that project, providing an opening for Community Three.
Community Three’s new plan for the site, which is currently occupied by a parking lot and an old, two-story building, includes 18 condos with ground-floor retail. Though in the very early stages, plans are for a six-story building with condos ranging in size from 600 to 1,400 square feet, including a penthouse on the sixth floor.
Community Three’s Grant Epstein asked for variances in regard to lot occupancy, a three-foot rear yard setback from the alley and parking. The committee recommended that ANC 1B approve these variances at the full meeting in April. A representative from the Meridian Hill neighborhood association told the committee that the association strongly supports the project.
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