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182-Unit Florida Avenue Project Will Start Construction Next Year
Rendering courtesy of WDG Architecture.
Plans for a major mixed-use development at 50 Florida Avenue NE (map) appear to be moving forward, with a construction start date of early next year.
“We have an approved PUD based upon 182+ residential units and approximately 7,500 square feet of retail,” Andy Viola of Bush Construction told UrbanTurf. “Amenities will include a pool, at the second floor level, a business center, a community room, a fitness center, below grade parking with 215 spaces and storage. We are in the throes of design with the intent of obtaining permits to commence construction some time in the first quarter of 2015.”
UrbanTurf first reported on this project back in 2011, when B&B Realty Investment purchased the 62,000 square-foot warehouse at the address. Not long after, we learned that the firm had started shopping the fully-entitled project; it appears they found a buyer in Bush Construction.
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