An early rendering.
Metro has picked the residential-heavy plan from the team of MRP and CAS Riegler for its sites at the Brookland-CUA Metrorail station, the agency announced on Monday. Donatelli Development, Four Points, and A&R Development and Urban Atlantic were also bidding for the sites (map).
MRP and CAS Riegler’s plan includes about 280 residential units above 9,000 square feet of retail, and a new kiss-and-ride parking area.
WMATA said that the “development agreement is subject to final approval by Metro’s Board of Directors” and that construction is not anticipated to begin until 2016.
Metro also picked the MRP/CAS Riegler team to develop its Navy Yard Chiller site back in June. The plan at that site is for 126 condos above 6,000 square feet of double height retail.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/280_units_with_retail_coming_to_metros_brookland_site/8885.
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