The site of PN Hoffman’s future project. Courtesy of Google Maps.
It appears that new condos are coming to Southwest, just not for several years.
PN Hoffman now has a deal in place to build a condo development on the site of St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church at 6th Street and Maine Avenue SW, according to the latest issue of The Southwester. The 100-unit residential project will be designed by SK&I Architectural Design Group.
Southwest…the Little Quadrant That Could is reporting, after speaking to a representative at PN Hoffman, that the “condominiums [will be] four-stories high with below-grade parking.” However, those hoping that they will see the new project complete soon will be disappointed. The blog reports that construction likely wouldn’t start until 2016 “to coincide with the third phase of development of the Southwest Waterfront.”
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/pn_hoffman_moving_ahead_with_southwest_condos/2878.
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