1728-1736 14th Street NW
It may not be long before another crane pops up on 14th Street NW.
UrbanTurf has learned that a 14,000 square-foot parcel running from 1728-1736 14th Street NW is on the market, and is being pitched as the possible site for up to 65 new residences. The tenants in these buildings, currently owned by Clark Enterprises, include the International Union of Bricklayers, Redeem, a boutique clothing store, and the Point Chaud Creperie.
UrbanTurf will look into who would qualify as interested parties for these parcels, which are located on a block that is chock full of planned and under construction projects.
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