A 49-Unit Development is Proposed for Logan Circle

  • July 23rd 2020

by Nena Perry-Brown

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Rendering of proposed development. Click to enlarge.

Correction: We originally referenced this development as being located in Mount Vernon Square, but it is located in Logan Circle. 

A 49-unit residential development has been pitched for Logan Circle. 

Coba Properties is proposing the by-right project that would raze the buildings from 1218-1224 M Street NW (map) to deliver 49 market-rate rental or for-sale apartments. Located in a D-1-R zone, no inclusionary zoning is required; the developer will be making a contribution to the Housing Production Trust Fund.

The unit mix will span from one-bedrooms (with and without dens) to two-bedrooms, and there will also be a two-bedroom plus den on the penthouse level. The project will also include seven surface parking spaces and a rooftop deck with grills. ZDS Architecture is the designer.

The developer hopes to break ground this fall and deliver in spring 2022; an informational presentation was shared with ANC 2F on Wednesday.

See other articles related to: anc 2f, coba properties, mount vernon square, zds architecture

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/49-market-rate-units-proposed-for-mount-vernon-square-site/17103.

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