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225-Unit Project Planned For Linens Factory in Park View

by UrbanTurf Staff

225-Unit Project Planned For Linens Factory in Park View: Figure 1
Rendering of planned project.

The Holladay Corporation has plans to transform the Linens of the Week/Alsco property on Lamont Street into a 225-unit residential project, split up into three different buildings.

At a meeting on Wednesday night, Holladay representatives, along with project architect Eric Colbert, laid out plans for the property it is under contract on at 713 Lamont Street NW (map).

Colbert explained that the current factory will be split up into three residential buildings:

  • Building A which is a small property that would house nine large units
  • Building B, an existing four-level structure, will be turned into 77 loft apartments. The exterior of the building will be maintained and light wells will be carved in to let in natural light.
  • Building C will be the largest component of the project. It will consist of an existing portion of the property and a new building that will house 139 units.

225-Unit Project Planned For Linens Factory in Park View: Figure 2

The new development will have 102 total parking spaces — located underneath Building C — and it will be a combination of rental units, condos and townhouse units.

Colbert told a crowded room that the project would break ground at the end of 2015, and take approximately 22 months to complete.

Among other projects, Holladay Corporation developed The Matrix on 14th Street and the Car Barn on Capitol Hill. It is also the developer of the six-story, 67-unit project at the site of the former Mr. Wash on 13th Street in Logan Circle.

the 225-unit project planned for the linens factory

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2 Comments

  1. DC225 said at 3:48 pm on Thursday August 14, 2014:
    I can't say I'm surprised that the linens factory is closing, but it was such a unique part of Park View to have an actual working factory, which is a total rarity for DC.
  1. mmm said at 8:09 pm on Thursday August 14, 2014:
    it is hardly a factory -- just an industrial laundry facility. I won't miss it and generally like the proposed construction (although a little concerned with the number of parking spots)

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