75-Unit Apartment Project Planned For the End of Barracks Row
Rendering of 816-820 Potomac Avenue SE
A large new residential development is on the boards for the southern tip of Barracks Row, UrbanTurf has learned.
The Murillo Malnati Group has acquired 816-820 Potomac Avenue SE (map) and is working with PGN Architects on a three-phase residential development. When finished, the development will consist of a 75-unit apartment development with 46 parking spaces and retail.
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The project site consists of ten lots totaling almost 16,000 square feet at the end of Barracks Row just north of Navy Yard. A portion of the address was previously slated for a 14-unit apartment development from NOVO Development, but that parcel was included in Murillo Malnati’s acquisition.
The 75-unit apartment project will join a 22-unit project planned around the corner at 801 Virginia Avenue SE, and will sit just a few blocks south of what was just crowned DC’s best restaurant.
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