1072 Thomas Jefferson Street NW. Courtesy of Google Maps.
That project only recently received final permit approval from the Old Georgetown Board following numerous design modifications of a new four-story tower that will sit in the rear of the existing lot at 1072 Thomas Jefferson Street. When finished, the development will include several one, two and possibly three-bedroom condos, as well as approximately 3,500 square feet of office or retail space. The interior and exterior of the historic row house will be preserved, but renovated.
Early rendering of new project
Construction was originally slated to begin last January. MMg now says it will begin construction on the restoration at 1072 Thomas Jefferson Street immediately and the development of the four-story building will begin in late 2012/early 2013, and hopefully deliver by the latter part of next year.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/georgetown_mixed-use_project_aims_to_deliver_in_late_2013/6042
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