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Renderings Released For Shaw's Blagden Alley Residences
917 M Street NW. Courtesy of PGN Architects
New renderings were recently released for the 87-unit residential project planned for Blagden Alley, which is being called Blagden Alley Residences for the time being.
As UrbanTurf reported in August, developer Altus Realty’s project is comprised of two buildings at 917 M Street NW and 1212 9th Street NW, which are both connected to Blagden Alley.
1212 9th Street NW. Courtesy of PGN Architects
At ANC 2F’s Design Review Committee meeting in August, the committee recommended that the architect accentuate the differences between the two buildings. In the newest renderings, the buildings do appear to be more distinct, with different materials and design. Overall, PGN Architect’s Jeff Goins told the committee that he wanted the design to “capture the randomness of the alley” by varying the heights and materials of each building.
The Historic Preservation Review Board just approved designs for the two-building project, reported DCMud, however a timeline for when the development will break ground has yet to be set.
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