1500 Pennsylvania Ave SE. Courtesy of Google Maps.
ANC 6B Commissioner Brian Flahaven has additional details on the 40-unit residential project planned at 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue SE (map).
Currently, the lot contains a former Domino’s pizza shop.
Initially reported by Bisnow, the Bethesda-based Goldstar Group is currently working on the design for the project, and hopes to begin construction in early 2014. Flahaven reported on Tuesday that the projected height is going to be 50 feet, and the developers hope to include 20 parking spaces in the design. There may or may not be a retail component.
Goldstar hopes to keep the building within current zoning regulations, which means that approvals from the ANC would not be necessary. However, Flahaven noted that the developers plan on meeting with the neighborhood at some point in the fall.
The intersection where this project is located in Hill East is having a bit of a development boom at the moment: this project will be going up on the same block as an 83-unit residential building, which we reported on in February.
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