The 692 New Units Coming to the 14th Street Corridor

by Nena Perry-Brown

It has been two years since UrbanTurf dissected the residential developments on the boards for the 14th Street Corridor. During that time, many projects have delivered, but there are still a number of large developments along one of the city’s main arteries that are in the planning stages or already under construction. Below, we look at those developments, from V Street NW to just south of Logan Circle.

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The Lumen Condominiums

An 18-unit luxury condominium project from Community Three Development with ground-floor retail is under construction at 14th and W Street NW. In addition to outdoor spaces, Lumen Condominiums features a variety of high-end appointments including white oak wood flooring, ELFA Storage System closets, and Kohler and Moen fixtures. The development is aiming for a March delivery.

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Portner Place Redevelopment

The mixed-use redevelopment coming to the 1400 block of U and V Streets NW will bring between 340-370 apartments to replace the garden-style Section 8 housing currently on-site. The development team of Somerset Development Company, Jonathan Rose Companies, and the Rose Green Cities Fund purchased the Portner Place Apartments in 2013.

There will be an eight-story wing called Portner Flats at 1440-1450 V Street (map), which will contain 90-100 affordable rental units. An eleven-story wing at 1441-1449 U Street will contain 250-270 market rate apartments with ground-floor retail.

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Elysium Fourteen

Construction is nearing completion on what Madison Investments is dubbing “Fourteenth Street’s Most Exclusive Apartment Residences” at 1925 14th Street NW (map). Elysium Fourteen will consist of 56 upscale apartments, along with retail space on the ground floor and cellar levels. The development is expected to begin leasing this year, and was designed by PGN Architects.

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As UrbanTurf recently learned, redevelopment plans for the Whitman-Walker Health Center at 1391 R Street NW (map) should be released by this summer following the selection of Annabelle Selldorf as the project architect. Partners Whitman-Walker and Fivesquare Development intend to construct a mixed-use development with 50-100 residential units, as well as office space, retail, and an area dedicated to community-oriented uses. The project should be complete by late 2019/early 2020.

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Church Street Micro-units

Brook Rose Development is planning 37 micro-units for 1456-1460 Church Street NW (map). The facades of three 19th-century homes at those addresses will be incorporated into the design, from Peter Fillat Architects, which will also include a roof deck. It has not yet been determined whether the units will be rentals or for sale, and they will range from 265-490 square feet.

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Abdo on 14th Street

Abdo Development is nearing completion on 1400-1404 14th Street NW, a development that marks the developer’s return to Logan Circle. There will be 30 residences spanning four floors, over 4,500 square feet of second-floor office space, and ground- and cellar-floor retail and restaurant space. The residential units will range in size from 351 to 1,136 square feet. Architect Maurice Walters incorporated the historic building at 1404 14th Street in the design. The project is slated to be completed this spring.

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Elysium Logan

Elysium Logan will be an 8-story, 32-unit condominium building at 1427-1429 Rhode Island Avenue NW (map). The matter-of-right development from Madison Investments and PGN Architects will have four condos on each floor ranging from 650-2,100 square feet apiece. Seven of the condos will have private elevator access, and three penthouses will have outdoor terraces. The planned delivery date is Spring 2017.

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Logan 13

Logan 13, a six-floor, 67-unit condominium project, is being constructed on the site of the former Mr. Wash at 1309 13th Street NW (map). The units, which will start from the $300,000s, are expected to be move-in ready this fall and feature high-end finishes including Caesarstone and charcoal quartz countertops, Bosch stainless steel appliances, deep-soaking tubs and under-cabinet kitchen lighting. Three penthouse condos will each have private outdoor space as well. Sales have already started at Logan 13.

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