Rendering of Market Terminal development.
The largest development on the boards for Union Market will go before the Zoning Commission later this year in order to start moving forward.
Kettler has filed an application with the Zoning Commission to get approval for the first phase of the Market Terminal development. Designed by R2L: and Gensler Architects, the two-phase, six-building mixed-use project will furnish over 900 residential units when complete. The site, at 300, 325 and 350 Morse Street NE (map) will need to be rezoned to C3C in order for the development team to move forward.
As UrbanTurf reported last year, the buildings are broken down, by phase, as follows:
A rendering of the view from Morse Street, with the connected park and courtyard visible in the background
The two-story lobby will be surrounded by glass. A coffeeshop and bike room, both of which could be either public or private, will be accessible through the lobby. The penthouse level of the high-rise will contain a resident lounge leading to a rooftop deck with terraces, grills, fire pits, and a pool with cabanas and other seating. The mid-rise component will be a more horizontal warehouse-style, with double-height retail along the ground floor on Third Street. The top two stories will be composite metal, while the bottom two-thirds of the building will be made of brick.
Market Terminal development as viewed facing southward
- Building B —
Building C1 of the Market Terminal development
The second phase will consist of:
The development team will go before the Zoning Commission in September.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/kettler_files_to_re-zone_first_stage_of_union_market_pud/11236
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