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WBJ: New 401-Unit Residential Project Coming to Southwest

by UrbanTurf Staff

WBJ: New 401-Unit Residential Project Coming to Southwest: Figure 1
Rendering for new SW project. Maurice Walter Architects.

A three-building, 401-unit residential project is coming to Southwest DC, according to this week’s edition of the Washington Business Journal (subsc. required).

The Bernstein Cos. will build a pair of 11-story buildings and a four-story building in the area bordered by Third, K and M streets SW (map). Southwest the Little Quadrant that Could has a very comprehensive rundown of the project plans. Here is a quick summary:

Once completed, the proposed development at Town Center will yield 401 new multifamily units with a mix of studio, 1BR, and 2BR units, 128 renovated apartment units, 289 below-grade parking spaces, and 2,940 SF of retail on M Street and K Street. In addition, 20% of the housing will be set aside as affordable (5% to households making 50% or less than AMI, 5% to households earning 60% or less than AMI, 5% to households making 70% or less than AMI, and 5% to households earning 80% or less than AMI).

The new project, designed by Maurice Walter Architects, PC, will sit adjacent to the Sky House project, which is currently under construction.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/wbj_new_401-unit_residential_project_coming_to_southwest/6030

2 Comments

  1. SS said at 8:40 pm on Friday September 14, 2012:
    I am certainly happy about the continued development in SW, especially in the form of LEED certified buildings, as well as the much needed additional retail space, but I am sad to see that the Pei buildings will be blocked and dwarfed by these non-descript new buildings.
  1. NL said at 11:07 pm on Friday September 14, 2012:
    Yay! I love new development in my hood. Love the nice clean design of these.

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