The planned redevelopment of the former Barrel House Liquor store in Logan Circle will preserve the store’s iconic entrance, and we now have an idea as to what that will look like.
Renderings of the development were included as part of the file that the development team submitted to the Historic Preservation Office last week.
The project will combine two lots at 1341 14th Street NW and 1345 14th Street NW for the construction of a seven-story building consisting of 37 residences above retail, according to the file. The building at 1345 14th Street NW will be renovated as part of the proposed work, and there will be four parking spaces with the project.
Barrel House Liquor moved next door to 1339 14th Street NW in October, but the iconic barrel entry remains at its former location and will not be going anywhere once the building is redeveloped.
“The barrel is iconic and the neighborhood would like to see it stay, so it will remain as long as I am involved with the building,” building owner Eric Meyers told UrbanTurf yesterday.
The development, designed by DC-based firm Bonstra|Haresign, will go before the ANC 2F Community Development Committee tomorrow night.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/renderings_reveal_design_for_barrel_house_liquor_redevelopment_in_logan_cir/11926.
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