Hotel and a Rooftop Restaurant Could Be Coming to Union Station Office Building
An office building one block from Union Station that counts US Citizenship and Immigration Services among its tenants is on the way to gaining a couple of stories and a rooftop venue.
Government Properties Income Trust and the RMR Group have filed a zoning application to add two stories and a 20-foot penthouse to the existing 8-story office building at 20 Massachusetts Avenue NW (map). Upon completion, the building would have three retail tenants, four stories of hotel rooms, and four stories of office beneath a "rooftop restaurant".
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The rooftop venue could also include bar/lounge/nightclub uses, and/or could be used as an amenity or event space for the office or hotel. The building will retain 186 of its 187 below-grade parking spaces, and will add 66 bicycle spaces to reach the required 76. Leo A. Daly is the architect.
A zoning hearing has not yet been scheduled; the application also requires review by the Architect of the Capitol.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/an-application-to-add-hotel-and-rooftop-restaurant-to-union-station-office-/16822.
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