The redevelopment plans for the Georgetown Domino's have followed a narrative similar to that of Goldilocks and the Three Bears: first, the plans were too big. Then, they were too small. Now, are they just right?
Three years after a frowned-upon 26 units were proposed for the single-story site at 3255-3259 Prospect Street NW (map), two years after the project shrunk to 7 units and a year after plans for a single-family home were floated, a raze application has been filed for the site and a new project is on the boards.
Robert Elliott now plans to deliver a four-story building with street level retail and four condominium units, UrbanTurf has learned. Three of those units will occupy an entire floor.
Construction is anticipated to begin in January.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/georgetown-dominos-will-be-razed-to-make-way-for-new%20condos/14238.
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