The Henry and Anne Hurt Home. Courtesy of Google Maps.
Just before the end of 2010, Georgetown Metropolitan got its hands on the plans for the proposed conversion of The Henry and Anne Hurt Home in Georgetown at 3050 R Street NW (map) into a 15-unit condo project. For floorplans and a fairly comprehensive summary of the project, click here. Below are some quick details:
- The developer is the Argos Group, a firm that is also doing The Station and The Fire House condos on Capitol Hill.
- Each condo will be two floors: the lower-level units will occupy the basement and the first floor, and the upper-level units will consist of the second floor and attic.
- In addition to six patios, thirty parking spaces will be added to an existing parking lot.
We have a call into the Argos Group to get additional details regarding pricing, square footage, amenities and delivery date.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/hurt_home_condo_project/2798.
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