The new residential projects just keep coming to Union Market.
Kettler filed plans Monday morning for a six-building, mixed-use development that will include residential, retail, and office uses. The project, which will be constructed in two phases, could bring a total of 927 residential units to the area just west of Union Market.
The development is proposed for 300, 325 and 350 Morse Street NE (map), and is designed by R2:L Architects. The proposal would raze the existing buildings at the site, including those occupied by the markets Sam Wang’s and Kang’s Farm.
Here is a breakdown of the buildings at the new project:
The first phase of the project would consist of the construction of buildings A1, B and C1. The second phase would include buildings A2, C2 and D.
By our count, this brings the total number of residential units on the boards for the Union Market area to over 2,000; if you include the residences that will be part of the Gallaudet redevelopment, that number jumps over 3,000. It is probably time to update this article.
More renderings of the proposed development:
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/927-unit_mixed-use_project_planned_for_union_market_area/10535.
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