We now have a better idea of what the 14-story hotel/apartment house planned for Mount Vernon Triangle will look like.
Developer Habte Sequar and PGN Architects filed updated plans for the project earlier this month, which included the gussied up rendering above.
The planned development would be located at 303-317 K Street NW (map), and would consist of approximately 200 hotel rooms on floors 1-11, and an apartment house on floors 12-14 with approximately 30 rental units. There will be an open court behind the property, and two levels of underground parking spaces with a total of 42 spaces.
The new project is just one of several hotels that has been proposed in the city in the last seven months. Below is a quick rundown of the other proposals:
- An 11-story, 178-room hotel that will have a substantial focus on DC’s artistic community is planned adjacent to Union Market.
- A NoMa warehouse will be converted into a boutique hotel, 370 rental units and space for retail and offices.
- Another hotel/apartment house development is on the boards for 901 5th Street NW. It will include 153 hotel rooms and 5,500 square feet of “meeting/function space” on the first eight floors, and 52 apartments on floors 9-12.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_rendering_for_hotel_apartment_hybrid_planned_in_mount_vernon_triangle/10812
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