Rendering for development at 810 O Street NW
A development group led by Four Points filed a planned unit development (PUD) for a 66-unit residential project with 7,000 square feet of retail at 810 O Street NW on Wednesday. The development will take the place of the Scripture Cathedral Church, which sold for $10.5 million several years ago.
The units will be mostly flats, with some two-story townhouse-style layouts mixed in. The two-story units would have dramatic double-height windows. Unlike many of the new projects on the boards for the District, the development will have a two-level, underground parking garage with 68 parking spaces. Gensler is the project architect.
The development received unanimous approval from the Historic Preservation Review Board in April 2015 shortly after receiving support from the local ANC.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/four_points_files_plan_for_66-unit_project_in_shaw/11046
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