A rendering of a home at Totten Mews.
Forty new townhouses are on the boards for DC’s Fort Totten neighborhood.
Developer Comstock filed a planned unit development (PUD) for the project, Totten Mews, on Friday. The townhouses, if approved, will sit on a site currently used for outdoor storage that is bounded by the Emerson Park townhouse development to the north, the Capital Area Food Bank to the west, and to the south and east by 6th Place NE and 7th Street NE (map).
As planned, the townhouses will all be three-bedroom homes with one garage parking spot. An addition 17 surface parking spaces will be provided on the site of the project. The applicant stated that the area will be extensively landscaped, and seating areas and a playground will be built for residents. The project architect is W.C. Ralston Architects.
Comstock is looking for approval of the PUD, as well as a map amendment for the site to R-4 to “establish a new residential use for the site.”
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/40_townhouse_development_proposed_for_fort_totten/9616
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