Rendering of planned NoMa project.
The Wilkes Company plans to build a 401-unit mixed-use development in NoMa, according to a planned-unit development filed Wednesday with the Zoning Commission.
The company has long been planning a development at 300 M Street NE (map), currently occupied by a surface parking lot. They initially floated an academic park for the space, and previously considered a 350-unit development for the site.
The new 110-foot building would have two levels of underground parking totaling 175 spaces; 9,000 to 12,900 square feet of ground-level retail; walk-up residences on the first story; and residences upstairs. Hickok Cole Architects is designing the building.
As for the type of units that the project will have, the zoning documents state that the residences along M Street will have a loft-like, “townhouse vernacular” with porches and individual entries.
Wilkes, operating as M Street Development Group with Square 772 Development Group, proposes constructing the building to LEED Silver standards.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/wilkes_company_plans_401-unit_mixed-used_development_in_noma/9100
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