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A Look at the 38-Unit Church Redevelopment in Historic Anacostia
In November, UrbanTurf reported on a proposed redevelopment of a church in Historic Anacostia. Now, we are getting a sense of how that project will look.
Bethel Christian Fellowship has applied for historic concept approval to incorporate the façades of the buildings at 2200-2224 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE (map) into a five-story-plus-penthouse development, delivering 38 residential units along with new church space. A rendering of the proposed project was filed with DC's Historic Preservation Office last week.
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The unit mix will span from one- to three-bedrooms, and the church would have programmatic space and a child care on three floors. There would also be 20 below-grade and surface parking spaces. PGN Architects is the designer.
ANC 8A submitted a letter of support for the project to the Historic Preservation Review Board last month.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-better-look-at-38-unit-church-redevelopment-in-historic-anacostia/19123.
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