Small Infill Residential Project Coming to Capitol Hill

by Shilpi Paul

Small Infill Residential Project Coming to Capitol Hill: Figure 1
Rendering of 1028 D Street NE

A vacant lot squeezed between row houses in Capitol Hill will soon be turned into a two-unit building.

The project will be at 1028 D Street NE (map) and is on ANC 6A’s agenda for its monthly meeting Thursday night. The ANC’s Economic Development and Zoning Committee unanimously approved the concept at their meeting in mid-April.

Small Infill Residential Project Coming to Capitol Hill: Figure 2
Courtesy Google Maps.

In the plan, the new property looks very similar to the rest of the row houses on the block. It will be divided into two flats; UrbanTurf is looking into the details of those units and when construction would conceivably begin.

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This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/small_infill_project_coming_to_capitol_hill/5515


  1. IMGoph said at 2:53 pm on Sunday May 27, 2012:
    So awesome to see proof that you can do infill in a way that fits in with the surrounding properties!
  1. Michele said at 9:55 pm on Friday January 25, 2013:
    Any idea how much they paid for the lot?

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