Rendering of development planned for 100 K Street SE
About ten years ago, the owner of an auto shop in Navy Yard was approached by a residential developer to sell his 2,200 square-foot lot in order to make way for a 230-unit apartment complex. The owner declined to sell, and the developer built the project around the auto shop.
Last month, that same owner finally sold the parcel for just under $2 million to a developer who has slightly smaller residential plans in mind.
100 K Street SE
GH Development has filed plans with the Board of Zoning and Adjustment for a 34-unit residential development with retail at 100 K Street SE. The project, designed by Citadel Design Build, will rise 12 stories with retail on the ground floor. Due to the small size of the lot, the developer is requesting relief from the site’s rear yard requirements.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/tall_and_skinny_34-unit_apartment_development_on_the_boards_for_navy_yard/12846.
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