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Douglas Development Proposes 462-Unit Mixed-Use Project For Buzzard Point

by UrbanTurf Staff

Douglas Development Proposes 462-Unit Mixed-Use Project For Buzzard Point: Figure 1
Rendering of 1900 Half Street SW.

A second large, mixed-use development is on the boards for Buzzard Point, courtesy of Douglas Development.

Documents filed with the Zoning Commission on Thursday show plans for a 462-unit residential development with approximately 24,000 square feet of retail at 1900 Half Street SW (map). While plans are to renovate and re-use the existing office building at the address, large portions of the building will be removed in order to maximize the views of the Anacostia River.

The development, designed by Antunovich Associates, would have parking for 324 cars.

Douglas Development Proposes 462-Unit Mixed-Use Project For Buzzard Point: Figure 2

The new mixed-use project would be the second large residential development on the boards for Buzzard Point, the future home for the new DC United stadium. In January, the Washington Business Journal reported that Capital City Real Estate has a large mixed-use project on the boards for the area.

1900 Half Street SW

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3 Comments

  1. Bellevue said at 11:04 pm on Thursday March 24, 2016:
    Those on the side of the building facing East will have an awesome view of the river and ballpark.
  1. Brett said at 9:10 pm on Friday March 25, 2016:
    We shouldn't be surprised to see such a boring design, but at least we'll be getting more waterfront residences no matter how bland they are.
  1. Makeba-The-Architect said at 3:01 am on Thursday March 31, 2016:
    Beautiful facades. Will make a nice addition to the waterfront

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