Rendering of new project.
Developer Jim Abdo made his name in Logan Circle, and is now returning to the neighborhood with a mixed-use project at 14th Street and Rhode Island Avenue NW.
On Wednesday evening, ANC 2F approved the concept and massing for a residential project with ground floor retail and second-floor office space at 1400-1404 14th Street NW (map). The new project will rise six stories on the northwest corner of 14th Street and Rhode Island Avenue where Caribou Coffee now sits. The buildings at 1400-1402 14th Street NW will be demolished, while the facade of 1404 14th Street NW will be preserved.
The project will consist of 30 units. The four levels of residences will be located on floors 3-6 of the new building and will range in size from 351 to 1,136 square feet. The proposed restaurant would have 5,089 square feet of space on the ground floor and 4,745 square feet in the basement for kitchen and storage. The proposed office space would spread over 4,575 square feet on the second floor with an additional 906 square of retail space in the existing building at 1404 14th.
No word on when ground will start moving on this project. The next stop for Abdo Development is the Historic Preservation Review Board.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/abdo_returns_to_logan_with_mixed_use_project/5487.
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