There are big development plans in the works for a number of Howard University-owned lots along Georgia Avenue, UrbanTurf has learned.
The university and Quadrangle Development are working on a three-phase development that will include a new residential building, as well as an office and science-focused building with research and testing laboratories. The project would take the place of the surface parking lots along the 2200 block of Georgia Avenue (map) and, eventually, the McDonalds location at 2328 Georgia Avenue NW.
The first phase will include the residential building, although a Quadrangle representative told UrbanTurf that the scope and programming for that project is still being finalized. The second and third phases will include office and experimental research and testing laboratory use.
The buildings in the latter phases will rise approximately ten stories, and Building 2A will feature prominently at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Bryant Street, with a glazed curtain wall that will run along Georgia Avenue. The phases will be bisected by Bryant Street Commons, a shared, multi-modal street.
UrbanTurf will continue to provide updates about this development as we learn more details.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/residential_office__a_lab_the_three-phase_development_planned_for_howard_u_/20213.
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