In this development rundown, we’re looking at the many residential projects going up in and around NoMa. According to the NoMa BID, the neighborhood will have a total of 10,053 residential units once the area is completely built out. Here is a rundown of the projects in the planning stages or under construction in the neighborhood. Check out our other recent development rundowns around the city at the bottom of the page.
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The entirety of Camden NoMa, located at 60 L Street NE (map), will total 740 rental apartments, including studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms. Developers Camden Property Trust is expected to deliver the first phase, with 320 units, within the coming months. The building was designed by WDG Architects and will include amenities such as a rooftop pool, a cyber cafe and a billiards room.
77 H Street
Most notable for its (planned) retail tenant Walmart, 77 H Street will also be delivering within a few months. The building, developed by the JBG Companies, began construction in early 2012, and will have 303 residential rental units and 10,000 square feet of retail in addition to the Walmart. Two levels of below-grade parking have also been created.
2 M Street, a mixed-income project from W.C. Smith, is also set to deliver by the end of the year. Among the 314 residential units, including studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms, are 93 affordable units. The building will be quite green, with an electric car charging station and solar panels. Amenities include a basketball court, a dog park, underground parking and a private theater.
In June, B&B Realty submitted a PUD for 50 Florida Avenue NE (map), which will one day be a nine-story mixed-use project. Working with WDG Architects, B&B has planned a project with 182 residential units, ranging from one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms with dens, and 210 parking spaces. The project is still several years out.
Washington Gateway is a massive project from MRP Realty currently under construction at the intersection of New York Avenue and Florida Avenue NE. Elevation at Washington Gateway is the residential component, which will include 400 apartments in a 14-story, glassy building. The apartments are expected to deliver in 2014.
The JBG Companies has begun work on their Capitol Square project, a two million-square-foot development at 33 New York Avenue NE (map). While the first phase will include a Hyatt Place hotel, the residential component will eventually bring 375 units to the area.
Northwest One is a New Community project that intends to turn five low-income housing complexes into a 1,600-unit mixed-income development. The site is located between North Capitol Street, New York Avenue, New Jersey Avenue and K Street. Development partners include W.C. Smith, Jair Lynch and The Warrenton Group. Work has begun on the first phase, which will include 314 apartments; 59 of the units will be set aside to those making below 30 percent of AMI, 34 units for those making 60 percent, and 221 will be market rate.
300 M Street
300 M Street (map) is a property owned by The Wilkes Company, which is considering putting 350 residential units, 200,000 square feet of office space and 25,000 square feet of retail at the address. In 2012, Sandy Wilkes also proposed perhaps putting an academic village at the site.
NoMa Station is a planned project from the Bristol Group located on 1st Street, between M and L Streets NE. Once completed, the second phase will include 700 residential units, 700,000 square feet of office space, and 50,000 square feet of retail.
North Capitol Commons
North Capitol Commons, located on North Capitol between L and K Streets NE, is currently in the planning stages and the plans have been working their way through various agencies over the past year. The 124-unit building was designed by local architecture firm Sorg and Associates, and is being developed by Be The Change Development Corporation and Community Solutions. The affordable housing complex will set aside half of the 111 units to those making 60 percent of the AMI or below, and half for veterans.
Storey Park is a project from Perseus Realty and First Potomac Realty Trust. The site is located at 1005 1st Street NE, and will eventually contain 712,000 square feet of office, residential and retail development. 350 residential units and 900 parking spaces are planned. Delivery is estimated for 2016 and the development will be designed by HKS Architects.
100 K Street
A few blocks away from First + M, Archstone (now owned by Equity Residential) bought up 100 K Street NE with the intention of turning it into a 206-unit residential building. The building is still in the planning stages.
Union Place, a block-sized complex on the square bounded by 2nd Street, 3rd Street, K Street and L Street NE, includes several residential components. The first, which has already delivered, was the Loree Grand, a 212-unit apartment building. Their next phase, which has already been approved and is now owned by Toll Brothers, will involve a couple more buildings bringing a total of 500 residences. Developers The Cohen Companies recently bought up the final plot of land on the northeast corner of the block and hope to eventually build a 41-unit apartment building on the site.
- The 14th Street Development Rundown
- The 11 Residential Projects Coming to Downtown Bethesda
- The H Street Development Rundown
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_many_residential_projects_on_tap_in_noma/7449
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