A bird’s eye view of the proposed development site.
More residential development is on the boards for Navy Yard.
Lerner Enterprises is proposing a 13-story residential development at 1000 South Capitol Street SE (map) that will have between 300 and 360 residential units. The project, filed with the Board of Zoning Adjustment on Monday, will also have 225 parking spaces and sit two blocks north of Nationals Park.
Longtime DC concertgoers will recognize the location as being around the corner from the old Capital Ballroom. No renderings are public yet, but the project will be designed by Shalom Baranes Associates.
Lerner Enterprises’ previous plans for this site included a 320,000 square-foot office building.
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This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/lerner_enterprises_plans_13-story_residential_project_for_navy_yard/10251
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