MRP Realty Proposes 100-Unit Mixed-Use Development for H Street Corridor

  • January 8th 2015

by Lark Turner

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MRP Realty Proposes 100-Unit Mixed-Use Development for H Street Corridor: Figure 1
The 300 block of H Street NE.

The planned residential developments for the H Street Corridor just keep coming.

On Wednesday evening, MRP Realty presented early plans for a 100-unit, mixed-use project along the 300 block of H Street NE.

The developer hopes to file the project planned for 315-321 H Street NE (map) with the Zoning Commission by March. The 90-foot-tall, 87,000-square-foot development would include studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms above ground floor retail. There would also be one level of parking for residents with about 30 spaces.

Hord Coplan Macht is the architect on the project, which would sit opposite 360˚ H, a 215-unit project with a Giant on the ground floor.

Members of the ANC 6C Planning, Zoning and Environment Committee expressed concerns on Wednesday about the parking garage, which must be entered from a very narrow alley off of 4th Street NE.

The addition of this project to H Street NE would bring the total number of units planned for the corridor to just over 1,200.

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