Rendering of 1126 9th Street NW
The planned unit development (PUD) for a 28 to 33-unit residential project in Shaw received unanimous support from the ANC 2F Community Development Committee last week.
Oak Tree Building Group is planning to build the residential development at 1126 9th Street NW (map). The two plans proposed in the PUD are a 28-unit development with 7,640 square feet of retail space on the ground and second floors or a 33-unit development with 3,700 square feet of commercial space on the ground and second floors. The development is designed by Peter Fillat Architects.
The Community Development Committee supported the project based on the modified community benefits proffer that includes the following provisions:
- Inclusionary zoning does not apply to the property, but the developers will include two IZ units, one at 50 percent area median income (AMI) and one at 80-120 percent AMI.
- In addition to two on-site parking spaces, there will be seven off-site spaces that will be paid for by the developer for three years.
- $12,500 will be appropriated by the ANC to Gompers Park, 10th Street Park, and the Thompson School PTA.
The nine-story, mixed-use project would include units sized at about 700 square feet with larger condos on the upper floors. Following approval of the PUD and building permits, construction would take a little over a year.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/28_to_33-unit_residential_building_on_shaws_9th_street_garners_support/11035
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