9-Unit Development Planned For Vacant Lot Between Bloomingdale and Truxton Circle

  • January 5th 2016

by UrbanTurf Staff

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9-Unit Development Planned For Vacant Lot Between Bloomingdale and Truxton Circle: Figure 1
Preliminary rendering of 30 Florida Avenue.

A new development is on the boards near the intersection of North Capitol Street and Florida Avenue, UrbanTurf has learned.

S2 Development acquired the vacant lot at 30 Florida Avenue NW (map), and has plans for a nine-unit residential development at the site. Preliminary plans are for the development to consist largely of two-bedroom units, but that could change.

“This part of Florida Avenue contains a mix of residential and commercial properties so our initial design seeks to blend the two together,” S2’s Jenna Jacbson told UrbanTurf. The new project will be designed by Bennett Frank McCarthy, and the anticipated delivery date is mid-2017.

S2’s two most recent developments include Huntress Coal Oil near Blagden Alley and The Jackson on Capitol Hill.

30 Florida Avenue

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/9-unit_development_on_the_boards_between_bloomingdale_and_truxton_circle/10717.

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