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Georgetown's Hurt Home Condo Project Breaks Ground Tomorrow
The Henry and Anne Hurt Home. Courtesy of Google Maps.
The Montrose, the condo project planned for a currently vacant historic building known as the Henry and Anne Hurt Home in Georgetown at 3050 R Street NW (map), is breaking ground tomorrow, reported DCMud Monday morning.
Argos Group, in partnership with the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, will build 15 two-story units in the former home for the blind. Lower level condos will span the basement and first floor, and the upper unit floorplans will include the second floor and current attic. Six patios and 30 parking spaces will be also be added to the property. The historic facade will be maintained, though the interior will be entirely gutted.
A ceremony will be held tomorrow to commemorate the groundbreaking, and the condos are scheduled for completion in late 2013. The Agros Group is also responsible for The Station and The Fire House condos on Capitol Hill.
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