Rendering of project planned for 1514 8th Street NW
A former 40-bed halfway house on 8th Street in Shaw could be turned into a nine-unit residential project by local developer Lock7 Development.
Th property at 1514 8th Street NW (map) is owned by the Efforts for Convicts Foundation which ran the house until it closed several months ago. Lock7’s David Gorman told UrbanTurf that the firm, which is under contract on the building, plans to deliver the new units at some point in 2015.
The residences will range from one-bedrooms to three-bedrooms, according to zoning documents, and range in size from 384 to 1,226 square feet as proposed. The project architect is Square 134 Architects.
The halfway house operated in the city for 35 years before closing its doors in early 2014.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/9-unit_project_planned_for_former_halfway_house_in_shaw/8887
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