Renderings Revealed for House-Rotating Cleveland Park Project

  • January 12th 2022

by Nena Perry-Brown

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Night view of west façade of proposed development along Wisconsin Avenue. Click to enlarge.

Two months after plans were revealed for a[nother] Cleveland Park multi-family development that involves rotating a house, we are getting a better look at its design. 

The 10Square Development-led project would move the single-family house at 3427 Wisconsin Avenue NW (map) to front Norton Place in order to deliver a three-story, 20-unit building. StudioMB is the architect.

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All of the apartments will be one-bedrooms with or without dens, and most of them will also have outdoor space. The units will range in size from 515 to 700 square feet and the third-floor units will have stairs to a penthouse loft with roof terrace access.

Proposed development, from Wisconsin Avenue and Norton Place. Click to enlarge.

A zoning hearing to reconfigure the subject lots is scheduled for March; the project is also moving through the Historic Preservation review process. Additional renderings are below.

Relocated house. Click to enlarge.
Proposed development, looking west down Norton Place. Click to enlarge.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/renderings-revealed-for-house-rotating-proposed-cleveland-park-project/19126.

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