New Renderings Show How 40-50 Unit Development Would Fit Into 14th Street
A rendering of 2213 14th Street NW from 14th and W Street
New renderings show how a 40-50 unit residential development on the boards for 14th Street just south of Florida Avenue NW would fit into the block.
The development will consist of four floors of new construction plus a penthouse, built atop an existing three-story commercial building at 2213 14th Street NW (map). All but the ground floor of the new development, designed by the Eisen Group with Ellisdale as the general contractor, will be used for residential purposes.
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Rendering from 14th Street and Florida Avenue NW
The development team filed documents with the Board of Zoning Adjustment in September for relief from the provisions for side yards, rear yards, loading facilities, and penthouse height and setbacks. It will go back before the BZA at the end of the month.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_renderings_show_how_40-50_unit_development_would_fit_into_14th_street/11901.
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