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Raze Application Paves Way for Development at Georgetown Exxon Station
Another gas station in Georgetown will be razed to make way for new residential development.
Two months after the former Valero gas station at Pennsylvania Avenue and M Street NW was demolished for this new residential development, a raze application has been filed for the Exxon station at 3601 M Street NW (map).
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Altus Realty Partners has plans for a 21-unit, five-story residential building designed by Handel Architects at the site. The unit mix will include two one-bedrooms approaching 1,200 square feet each, 6 two-bedrooms ranging from 2,315 to 3,115 square feet, and 13 three-bedroom units sized from 1,883 to 4,387 square feet. Each unit will have private elevator access, outdoor space, bonus library rooms or offices and at least two bathrooms.
Two below-grade levels would provide 47 parking spaces, including some tandem spaces, and amenities will range from a rooftop pool to a yoga studio and a communal wine cellar. If ground breaks this summer, delivery would be on schedule for late-2019.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/raze-application-paves-way-for-development-at-georgetown-exxon-station/13879.
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