In September, two concepts were unveiled to the public for one of the last developable lots in DC's Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood. Now, we are getting a sense of what those concepts will look like.
In advance of a Board of Zoning Adjustment meeting later this month, Steuart Investment Company and BXP have filed renderings for alternate ideas for how to develop the parking lot at 1001 6th Street NW (map).
The two visions include:
- A 14-story project with 537 residential units and 41,000 square feet of retail.
- A similarly sized development with 489 apartments, 31,000 square feet of retail and a hotel portion with 270 rooms.
Previously proposed plans for the site were for a 525,000 square-foot trophy office building in partnership with Boston Properties. Below are the new renderings that give a sense of what each concept could look like.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/550_units_hotel_combo_renderings_show_the_possibilities_for_a_mt_vernon_tri/20380.
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