Earlier this week, UrbanTurf looked at the large residential developments on the boards between the H Street Corridor and Benning Road. It seems that we missed a pretty big one.
Mill Creek Residential's Peter Braunohler tells us that the firm will break ground in the coming weeks on Modera H Street, a 325-unit apartment building at 801 17th Street NE (map). The five-level development, designed by Moya Design Partners, will be wood construction over a three level concrete podium. Approximately 12% of the apartments will be Inclusionary Zoning.
The amenities will include an inner courtyard with a wading pool, seating areas and grills, a gym space with separate yoga/stretching room, and rooftop lounge and outdoor terrace space.
Click here to see the rundown of new developments coming to the H Street Corridor.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/325-unit_development_coming_to_eastern_edge_of_h_street_corridor/20500.
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