A mixed-use project with 170 to 190 residential units is on the boards for Hill East, according to documents filed with the Zoning Commission on Monday.
The planned-unit development (PUD) project, from developer CAS Riegler and architect Antunovich Associates, would sit near the Potomac Avenue Metro on the site where New York Pizza is currently located. It includes plans for 170-190 units, a mix of three-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, one-bedrooms, junior one-beds and a few small studios that fall squarely in the micro range at 350 square feet.
The project would rise to 78 feet and include 22,500 square feet of retail, and have 56 parking spaces. Nearby, the Jenkins Row condo development includes a Harris Teeter. The Frager’s Hardware building, also slated for redevelopment, is a couple of blocks away.
The PUD filed Monday seeks rezoning of lots at 1401-1433 Pennsylvania Avenue SE (map) to allow for the seven-story, mixed-use project. The project’s retail, called “one of the main priorities of the Project” in the filing, would wrap around the building onto all of its street frontages. The developer plans for “neighborhood-serving retail” similar to the uses around Eastern Market, “including restaurants, cafés, specialty goods, and other services.”
The developer does not plan to build parking for the retail portion of the site.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/180-unit_mixed-use_development_planned_near_potomac_avenue_metro/9948.
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