Rendering courtesy of Hickok Cole.
Earlier this week, JBG Companies presented plans for a new 350-unit residential building at 33 N Street NE to the ANC 6C Planning and Zoning Committee.
33 N Street NE (map) is currently the address of a low-rise office building; JBG plans to build a large apartment building, rising up to 130 feet, at the space. The ground level would have 5,000 square feet of retail, and there would be three levels of underground parking, with a total of 208 spaces. The plans also reveal a small rooftop pool and terrace area.
Because the building is enclosed on three sides by existing buildings, architects Hickok Cole created several internal courtyards to bring light into the units.
The facade appears to have an industrial, warehouse-style design. The central area is very glassy, which will give the central units a “lofty” feel, according to the architects.
The committee voted to support the project, in advance of the developer’s upcoming meeting with the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/350-unit_apartment_building_coming_to_noma/7651
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