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The Largest Development Coming to U Street Moves Forward
Plans for the largest development on the boards for DC's U Street Corridor are continuing to move forward.
Eastbanc and Jamestown have filed a planned unit development (PUD) with DC's Zoning Commission for a development with a variety of different property types surrounding the U Street Metro at 13th and U Street NW (map).
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The development will consist of 117-143 new residential units, between 55-67 hotel rooms, 15 alley townhomes, and approximately 6,780 square feet of retail. The three-bedroom townhomes will border the historic alley known as Temperance Avenue. Shalom Baranes is the architect.
At least 15% of the units in the large residential building will be devoted to Inclusionary Zoning units set aside for households earning up to 60% of median family income. A portion of Temperance Avenue between the two rows of Townhomes will be converted into a pedestrian walkway open to the public, and the development team has a plan to redesign and significantly upgrade the west entrance of the Metro station.
In addition to a PUD, the development team filed a map amendment to rezone the site from ARTS-1 to ARTS-4 to add height and density, and the alley portion would remain zoned RF-1.
UrbanTurf will continue to monitor the progress of this development as it moves forward.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-largest-development-coming-to-u-street-moves-forward/20011.
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