The 1,700 Units In Various Stages Around Dave Thomas Circle

  • May 8th

by UrbanTurf Staff

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As plans for a street reconfiguration at the intersection of New York and Florida Avenues NE (map) move forward, a few developments are in various stages of completion around what was once known as Dave Thomas Circle. 

Below, UrbanTurf takes a look at the residential projects in the works or recently delivered within a block or two of the intersection. If we missed one, shoot us an email at editor(at)urbanturf.com. 

If you've missed any of the other development rundowns that UrbanTurf has done this year, check them out here:

7 New York Avenue

Pinnacle, a 116-unit development at the site of the Covenant House building at 7 New York Avenue NE (map), is now leasing. Designed by Eric Colbert & Associates, the development rises 14 stories at the corner of New York Avenue and North Capitol Street. 

Capitol Point North

JBG SMITH's plans at the site of the McDonald's at 55 and 75 New York Avenue NE (map) appear to be very much up in the air. After filing for a two-year extension for the project with DC's Board of Zoning Adjustment last year, the developer sold the site back to McDonald's in December nearly six years after purchasing it. 

The first phase of the proposed development would deliver 500 apartments above 13,130 square feet of ground-floor retail and a 5,250 square-foot rooftop bar/restaurant, and the second phase would deliver 305 apartments above 9,125 square feet of retail, a 4,000 square-foot fast food restaurant, and pet boarding.

22 P Street

Aria Development has plans in the works for a 14-story building with 172 units at 22 P Street NE (map).

First and New York

Douglas Development filed plans a few years ago for a project on the triangular parking lot at First Street and New York Avenue NE (map). The proposed development would deliver 557 market-rate units and 10,550 square feet of ground-floor retail (including pet boarding) in a 13-story building topped with a publicly-accessible indoor/outdoor restaurant/bar.

The project would also provide 264 parking and 120 bicycle storage spaces on two below-grade levels, and amenities would include a rooftop infinity pool. HOK Architects is the designer. 

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