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200-Room Hotel With 30 Luxury Apartments Planned For Mount Vernon Triangle

by UrbanTurf Staff

200-Room Hotel With 30 Luxury Apartments Planned For Mount Vernon Triangle: Figure 1
Rendering of 303-317 K Street NW

Based on the number of new hotels on the boards for DC, there is clearly a feeling among developers that the city’s hospitality industry will be booming in the coming years.

A 14-story hotel/apartment house hybrid is in the planning stages for Mount Vernon Triangle from developer Habte Sequar and PGN Architects. The planned development would be located at 303-317 K Street NW (map), and would consist of approximately 200 hotel rooms on floors 1-11, and an apartment house on floors 12-14 with approximately 30 rental units. There will be an open court behind the property, and two levels of underground parking spaces with a total of 42 spaces.

The new project is just one of several new hotels that has been proposed in the city recently. Below is a quick rundown of the other proposals:

  • An 11-story, 178-room hotel that will have a substantial focus on DC’s artistic community is planned adjacent to Union Market.
  • A NoMa warehouse will be converted into a boutique hotel, 370 rental units and space for retail and offices.
  • Another hotel/apartment house development is on the boards for 901 5th Street NW. It will include 153 hotel rooms and 5,500 square feet of “meeting/function space” on the first eight floors, and 52 apartments on floors 9-12.

303-317 K Street NW

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/200-room_hotel_with_30_apartments_planned_for_mount_vernon_triangle/10469

2 Comments

  1. Nathaniel Martin said at 3:21 pm on Tuesday October 20, 2015:
    What a sad lump of a building. Really, it's just getting ridiculous. Is creativity dead? Is compositional skill on life support? Can anyone do architecture anymore?
  1. Makeba-The-Architect said at 4:23 am on Wednesday October 21, 2015:
    Good looking building

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