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A 9-Unit Mixed-Use Project Proposed Near DC's Starburst Intersection
A new residential development is planned just off DC's Starburst Plaza.
The owner of the mixed-use building at 1447 Maryland Avenue NE (map) is looking to add two stories and deliver a 9-unit residential project above 1,548 square feet of retail. The two-story building has previously been a liquor store and a deli, and there are two residential units on the second floor.
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The attached building is adjacent to the H Street Corridor and in an NC-14 zone, permitting moderate-density mixed-use development. The owner has applied for a zoning special exception to not provide the lone required parking space due to the narrow alley width to the rear.
The walk-up building would deliver 6 one-bedroom units on the cellar and second floors and three bi-level two-bedrooms with private rooftop terraces. 2Plys is the architect.
A zoning hearing has not yet been scheduled.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/9-units-and-retail-proposed-to-replace-smaller-mixed-use-off-starburst-inte/17110.
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