An early rendering of the front of the project.
The proposed design for Four Points’ Chapman Stables project in Truxton Circle has evolved since it was presented at a neighborhood meeting in March.
The project, which will head before the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) later this month, would include 120 units split between the historic structure, an addition to that structure, and a new building connected to the old property via a glass walkway.
Most of the renderings are preliminary; Four Points has since pushed the addition on the warehouse building further back. Below is the most recent rendering from the team.
The most recent rendering of the project.
Chapman Stables, at 57 N Street NW (map), is the former home of the Brass Knob. The warehouse, built in the early 20th century and used as a stable and garage, was slated to be razed before it was designated historic in 2013.
An early rendering of the project’s courtyard.
Four Points’ plan, designed by Studio 27 Architecture, would add a glassy third floor to the original two-story warehouse building and build a large five-story addition on the empty lot behind the warehouse. Underneath would be a one-story parking garage with 60 spaces.
The building would include studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms. The developers do not plan to seek any zoning variances or exceptions, but the project will require HPRB approval to move forward.
Here are more early renderings of the proposed development:
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/details_and_renderings_of_the_plans_for_chapman_stables/9881.
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