New Look For 22-Unit Brookland Project

  • June 4th 2014

by Lark Turner

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New Look For 22-Unit Brookland Project: Figure 1
A new rendering for 2724 12th Street NE

Lock 7 Development plans to start construction on a 22-unit project in Brookland within the next couple of months, and recently released new designs (see rendering above) for what the project will look like.

The development at 2724 12th Street NE (map) just north of Rhode Island Avenue NE will contain 11 townhome-style buildings, each with two condominium units. The condos will be roughly 1,300 square feet in size, and each unit gets its own parking spot.

The project will have greenery on the roofs and offer its eventual owners a good deal of private outdoor deck space. Other green plans the company has for the building include attention to stormwater management, including rain barrels that will capture water from the roof and pervious pavers instead of concrete in the parking lot.

Initially the company hoped to create live-work spaces for artists, but that plan was scrapped not far along in the development process.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/lock_7_plans_22_condos_for_brookland/8573.

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