The Cleveland Park residential pipeline may be growing a bit, but it will require moving a house.
A 10Square Development affiliate is seeking zoning approval to rotate the single-family house at 3427 Wisconsin Avenue NW (map) and reconfigure the two lots at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Norton Place in order to build a three-story, 20-unit building.
The new development would sit approximately across the street from the Cathedral Commons development. The units will range in size from 515 to 700 square feet and the third-floor units will have stairs to a penthouse loft with roof terrace access. StudioMB is the architect.
This would be at least the second multifamily development in the neighborhood in recent years to involve rotating a house out of the way.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/20-unit-pentagonal-building-proposed-in-cleveland-park/18978.
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