Rendering of 1250 9th Street NW. Courtesy of PGN Architects.
The firm has plans to develop a five-story, 54-unit condo project at 1250 9th Street NW (map), currently occupied by the pop-up art gallery Contemporary Wing, and formerly the event space known as Fight Club. The lower level space is still industrial and raw (UrbanTurf popped in during the Shaw Art Walk); CAS Riegler has plans to build the condo project up and around the existing structure at the corner of 9th and N Streets NW, right across from the Convention Center. Approximately 65 percent of the existing historic structure will be preserved.
The developer presented their plans to ANC 2F’s development committee on Wednesday night and received unanimous approval on variances having to do with height and other details. The design is still being tweaked, and CAS Riegler, who is working with PGN Architects, will return to the committee next month with some revisions, but also some original features, including a wooden rain screen on the facade, pop-ups set back from the front of the building, and a garden courtyard for residents. CAS Riegler’s Kevin Riegler said that the project will also have a ground-floor retail component. A rendering of the interior courtyard below.
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