Early rendering of 1212-1214 4th Street NW
Plans were filed late Monday with the city for a 26-unit residential project in Shaw that will consist largely of studios and one-bedroom units.
The development is on the boards for 1212-1216 4th Street NW (map) on the southern edge of the Shaw neighborhood.
Per the filing with the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA), the existing buildings at the address would be renovated and the apartment building on site would be expanded. The garages at the address would be razed.
The proposed development would have residential units on three levels — six apartments on the first floor, 12 on the second and eight on the third floor. The development would consist primarily of studio and one-bedroom units, but there would be a handful of two-bedrooms and one three-bedroom. A neighborhood retail establishment would be located on the ground floor, and the development would have nine parking spaces.
The project, designed by Square 134 Architects, is requesting variances from the lot occupancy and lot area requirements.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/26-unit_residential_development_on_the_boards_for_shaw/10568
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