Rendering of 2800 Sherman Avenue NW.
A new residential development is on the boards for Columbia Heights and it will cater to the sector of homebuyers out there that have been clamoring for larger residential units in the city.
Capital City Real Estate is planning to build eleven, “two-family flats” at 2800 Sherman Avenue NW. Unlike the usual mix of units in new residential projects in the city, this development will have solely two and three-bedroom units, ranging in size from about 1,200 square feet to almost 1,500 square feet. Fifteen off-street parking spaces will be provided.
The development, designed by McGraw Bagnoli Architects, will be located on the northwest corner of Sherman Avenue and Girard Street NW in Columbia Heights on the site of Foote’s Plumbing and Heating.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/family-sized_flats_on_the_boards_for_columbia_heights/10286
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