Valor Development Submits Plans to Bring 303 Apartments East of H Street
A rendering of the new development.
One of the largest developments planned east of the H Street Corridor recently filed plans with the city.
Valor Development has field a planned-unit development for The Valvaere, a 303-unit development which will replace Trinidad Baptist Church just east of the Starburst intersection at 1611 Benning Road NE (map). UrbanTurf reported initial details for this project last fall.
An aerial rendering of The Valvaere
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PGN Architects designed the building, which will include amenities such as a fitness center, community garden, and a 100-space parking garage. The project is scheduled for a 2018 delivery.
The Valvaere entrance
The Valvaere is not the only large-scale development planned east of H Street NE. Capital City Real Estate submitted revised designs for its 179-unit residential development at 1701 H Street NE to the Zoning Commission last month.
Correction: An earlier version of this article stated that there would be 285 apartments and that the project would include a dog park; we have since learned that there will be 303 units and a community garden instead of a dog park.
Images courtesy of PGN Architects.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/valor_pud_to_bring_285_apts_to_benning_rd/11777.
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