An interior rendering for one of the units.
The condos near Blagden Alley that are being designed with input from Anna and Dan Kahoe, the owners of U Street vintage and antique shop GoodWood, will deliver late this summer. UrbanTurf recently got its hands on a few of the new renderings for the development.
The three-unit project from S2 Development will be located at 1225 10th Street NW (map). The project, dubbed Huntress Coal Oil, will sit in front of the Kahoes’ Blagden Alley home, the site of an occasional supper club. The name for the development came from the man who originally built 1225 10th Street NW in 1887, a coal oil dealer named Samuel Huntress.
The three condos will sit on four stories, with a one-bedroom unit on the first floor and the two-story, two-bedroom units above. The two-bedroom units will each have their own floor, with half of each unit on the third floor. Pricing for the condos has not been set.
An exterior rendering.
The rendering above shows the planned kitchen for the units, which display some of GoodWood’s design aesthetic combined with a more refined and upscale look.
“We are very inspired by that old world meets just a hint of industrial, small-sized building that you see all over New York City but not so much here in DC,” Anna Kahoe said in a statement.
The kitchen of Anne and Dan Kahoe’s home.
Jenna Jacobson, the development manager at S2 Development, told UrbanTurf the Kahoes’ input had created a unique project.
“The collaborative nature of the design process led to residences that are the optimal combination of form and function,” she said.
Huntress Coal Oil was designed by Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects and will be sold by The Mandy and David Team at Compass.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_renderings_for_the_shaw_condos_designed_by_the_owners_of_goodwood/9755.
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