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42-Unit Residential Project Planned Near Union Station
Rendering for planned project at 911 2nd Street NE.
Two years ago, The Fortis Companies presented plans for a 42-unit residential development near the intersection of 2nd and Parker Street NE (map). Construction on the project recently began and it was announced that the development will be for-sale units, not rentals.
The six-story project at 911 2nd Street NE is a partnership between Fortis and Northridge Capital. In 2013, a Fortis representative told UrbanTurf that the building will be a “modern take on a warehouse design” with an exterior skin consisting of European engineered materials. Five of the residences will have private entrances off Parker Street, and the building will have 16 parking spaces as well as bike storage.
If all goes according to schedule, the project will break ground in the first quarter of 2014. Fortis is also in the early stages of converting the headquarters of the National Alliance of Postal and Federal Workers in Logan Circle into a 33-unit residential project.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/42-unit_residential_project_planned_for_behind_union_station/7891.
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