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187-Unit Office-to-Residential Conversion Approved in Oxon Hill
Rendering of the entrance to The Oxford
Office conversions continue to be planned across the region.
This morning, the Prince George’s County Planning Board approved a proposed conversion of an office building in Oxon Hill to a multi-family 187-unit development.
The 10-story office building at 6009 Oxon Hill Road (map), dubbed the Constellation Centre, is currently vacant. Constructed in 1989, the site is just off the Beltway in the midst of a largely commercial area near National Harbor.
Rendering of the lobby
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As part of its conversion, the exterior of the building would see minor renovations, including painting the building a more-residential two-tone grey; the interior will be entirely retrofit to accommodate housing units and amenities.
Rendering of a 10th floor amenity
There will be 21 studios, 121 one-bedrooms, 37 two-bedrooms and 8 three-bedrooms, along with 401 parking spaces provided in the existing parking garage. Amenities will include a fitness room, business center, party room, dog wash, entertainment room and a small fenced-in dog park on the west side of the building. Soto Architecture and Urban Design is the designer of the project.
This is the second office-to-residential conversion approved in P.G. County recently; the first is this project on Belcrest Road in Hyattsville.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/oxon_hill_office-to-residential_conversion_approved/13096.
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