Rendering of Half Street
A number of new residential developments planned and in the works near Nationals Park will provide vantage points into the stadium itself. Now, one of those new projects hopes to offer another kind of on-site recreation.
Half Street, the 460,000 square-foot mixed-use project from Jair Lynch, MacFarlane Partners and architect Hord|Coplan|Macht located on Half Street SE across from Nationals Park, has filed amended plans with the Zoning Commission so that a bowling alley can be included as part of the project retail.
“The Applicant is working with a potential tenant that would establish an eating and drinking establishment use on a portion of the first- and second-floor retail space of the building that would also include an eight-lane bowling alley as part of its program pending approval by the Commission,” the revised zoning documents stated.
In addition to the modification request for a bowling alley, the development team is also requesting slight design changes to the building facade as well as a few refinements to Monument Place, the pedestrian walkway that will run along the north side of the project.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/bowling_alley_proposed_for_half_street_development_adjacent_to_nats_park/12299.
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