Exterior rendering of The Mcintyre
The conversion of a church in Mount Pleasant into 85 residential units is aiming to deliver next spring.
Valor Development’s Will Lansing tells UrbanTurf that the conversion of the Meridian Hill Baptist Church at 3146 16th Street NW (map), dubbed The Mcintyre, will have 85 rental apartments instead of the originally planned 70 units. The Historic Preservation Review Board unanimously approved the conversion of the project last year.
Rendering of common space.
In addition to the conversion of the existing church building, Valor is extending the side and adding a building that will rise eight stories. The church has been vacant since it suffered fire damage in 2008.
The new development will be the largest residential project to deliver in Mount Pleasant in quite some time.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/now_85_units_mount_pleasant_church_condo_conversion_aims_for_2016_delivery/10283
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