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Meridian Hill Baptist Church to Become 55 to 60-Unit Condo Project

by UrbanTurf Staff

Meridian Hill Baptist Church to Become 55 to 60-Unit Condo Project: Figure 1
Rendering of adaptive re-use of Meridian Hill Baptist Church

DCmud recently reported that the Meridian Hill Baptist Church in Mount Pleasant, which has been empty since a massive fire ravaged it in 2008, will likely be converted to a 55-60 unit condo project by Bozzuto Homes. The one and two-bedroom units will range in price from “the upper-$200,000 to low-$400,000 range” and sales are expected to start in about a year.

More on the design of the project from the blog:

“Bozzuto’s Clark Wagner said ‘the project is still in the conceptual stage,’ but the current plan being presented to the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) on Thursday, the 28th, is for a 7-story addition, to the side and back of the Church, with a contemporary look that will ‘not loom above the Church.’”

At a recent ANC1D meeting that UrbanTurf attended, there was also talk of a multi-level parking garage under the project, and Martinez + Johnson Architecture, the project architect, confirmed that the church exterior would be preserved.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/meridian_hill_baptist_church_to_become_55_to_60-unit_condo_project/3871

3 Comments

  1. Lex said at 3:23 pm on Wednesday July 27, 2011:
    The design just looks kinda creepy to me.
  1. Ozzie said at 3:43 pm on Wednesday July 27, 2011:
    Thrilled to see this place get a new lease on life!
  1. MtPer said at 6:52 pm on Wednesday July 27, 2011:
    I am thrilled about this project! I think the church is already kinda creepy like a mausoleum but the glass addition adds some nice juxtoposition to make it seem less severe. Plus, adding some market rate condos would help balance out the mix in Mt. Pleasant.

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