Another Dupont Circle building is being repurposed for a new use.
The Bauman Family Foundation has filed a historic preservation concept application to convert 2040 S Street NW (map) into a nine-unit residential building. The subject properties are the Jewett House, built in 1904, and a commercial building built in 1926. The Jewett House was built as a mansion and later became the headquarters of the Boy Scouts of America.
Five of the units will be two-bedrooms with dens, and the remaining units will be split between one- and two-bedrooms. BBGM is the architect.
Located in the Dupont Circle Historic District, the development will involve extensive interior demolition and reconstruction of a prior addition, and it will also require a zoning special exception.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/from-office-to-nine-units-another-conversion-proposed-in-dupont-circle/19450.
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