Raze Application Filed For Long-Planned Chinatown Development
A raze application has been filed for a Chinatown property that could signal movement on a long-planned residential development in the neighborhood.
The raze permit was filed for 616 I Street NW (map) this week, which is one of the addresses of a new residential project that Monument Realty has had in the works for years.
The 11-story development would deliver 160 units at 610-624 I Street NW. The Hickok Cole-designed building was originally proposed in 2015 as a 10-story, 133-unit project.
This is not the only new residential that Monument Realty has in the works for Chinatown. Just around the corner, the developer has plans for a new 11-story, 72-unit residential development at 613-617 H Street NW (map). The address was formerly home to Ming's Restaurant, but has been vacant for years. DCS Design is the architect.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/raze_application_filed_for_long-planned_chinatown_development/20163.
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