The Parcel 2 buildings.
Jair Lynch has formally filed another part of its massive McMillan project with the Zoning Commission.
The filing, first reported by Washington Business Journal, was made in early June.
An early sketch of the plan for a piece of the 25-acre project, called Parcel 2, was included in the group’s consolidated planned-unit development approved by the Zoning Commission in fall 2014. This more detailed and clear plan for Parcel 2, called a second-stage planned unit development, requires approval from the Commission before Jair Lynch can build.
Another view of the Parcel 2 development, showing the span connecting the east and west buildings.
The Parcel 2 building includes 236 residential units, of which 25 will be designated affordable, and about 19,000 square feet of retail. It will top out at just over 80 feet. The building is designed by MV+A Architects.
The full McMillan project includes 146 townhomes, 531 apartments, a grocery store, other retail and medical office buildings.
Vision McMillan Partners posted its plans for Parcel 2, along with a detailed explanation of the project, on its website this spring before abruptly removing them.
The proposed building would be located on the western edge of the planned-unit development site, with First Street NW to its west and private, to-be-created streets to its north and east. To the building’s south are already-approved four-story townhomes that will be built as part of the massive redevelopment plan for the 25-acre site. In its application, Jair Lynch calls the plans for Parcel 2 “fully consistent” with its already-approved consolidated PUD.
McMillan still needs to file an application before the Commission for Parcel 3 of the project, which includes retail and commercial uses.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/vision_mcmillan_partners_heads_back_to_zoning_for_236-unit_building/10027.
Most Popular... This Week • Last 30 Days • Ever
In this edition of First-Timer Primer, we look into the question of how to determine ... read »
A Roth IRA is one of those accounts that people feel is totally off limits until you ... read »
The now-historic Uptown Theater; the coming plans for the Landmark Mall; and the high... read »
UrbanTurf Listings is a premium property listings service that showcases some of the ... read »
Long-term mortgage rates dropped this week, hitting pause on the steady ascent that t... read »
UrbanTurf has compiled virtual looks at large new developments around the DC region.... read »
Why condo fees are high in some buildings and low in others can be a difficult questi... read »
Virginia's homebuyer assistance programs can seem complex. This edition of First-Time... read »
When sellers haven't quite lined up their next house before their settlement date com... read »
The preferred mortgage product among most home buyers is the fixed-rate mortgage. How... read »
With this weekend's DC houseboat tour a day away, UrbanTurf thought it only fitting t... read »
President Obama travels to Denver this morning to sign the stimulus bill that has bee... read »
In this week's installment of Ask An Agent, a reader wonders if there is a rule for h... read »
As The Wharf prepares to begin construction, DC's houseboat community heads to its ne... read »
In this week's installment of Ask An Agent, a reader asks a fairly common question th... read »
DC Real Estate Guides
Short guides to navigating the DC-area real estate market
We've collected all our helpful guides for buying, selling and renting in and around Washington, DC in one place. Visit guides.urbanturf.com or start browsing below!
Intro guides for first-time home buyers
Awesome and unusual real estate from across the DC Metro