Rendering courtesy of R2L:Architects.
Navy Yard may be getting another residential project.
Greystar and RCP Development Company are planning a 220-unit residential building at 82 I Street SE (map), ANC 6D commissioner David Garber told UrbanTurf.
The project is currently proposed to be rentals, Garber tells us, though the developers are open to switching to condo if the market is right for it. Some portion of the ground floor space — 4,000 to 8,000 square feet — may be used for retail, but the details haven’t been set yet.
R2L:Architects designed the project on what is currently a parking lot about three and a half blocks from the Navy Yard Metro station. The site is unique, said Garber, because it is not bound by a wide right of way; the building will come right up to the sidewalk, unlike many others in the neighborhood.
The developers will be stopping by an ANC meeting later this summer to seek approval for a curb cut, and they hope to start construction next summer.
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This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/220-unit_residential_project_planned_for_capitol_riverfront/7242
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