451 Units Followed By Full-Service Grocery: The Plans for a Buzzard Point Concrete Plant

  • September 15th 2021

by Nena Perry-Brown

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Aerial of proposed development site. Click to enlarge.

A two-phase mixed-use development on the boards for Buzzard Point may bring the first full-service grocery store to the budding development neighborhood in DC. 

Steuart Investment Company has been hinting at an eventual development at Buzzard Point's Square 662 on South Capitol Street, which currently houses the Superior Concrete Plant (map). As shared with ANC 6D earlier this week, the first phase would contain 451 apartments above 15,986 square feet of retail; there would also be 300 below-grade parking spaces. 

Site plan with phasing. Click to enlarge.

The company is currently pursuing a public space application to create a 30 foot-wide alley bisecting the site, running between Half and South Capitol Streets. North of the proposed alley, the second phase is expected to include a full-service grocery store, which may be the first such store planned for the neighborhood. 

The entire project will eventually be subject to a design review by the Zoning Commission subsequent to this approval.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/451-units-followed-by-full-service-grocery-the-plans-for-a-buzzard-point-co/18697.

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