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Apartment Project Planned for 9th Street Gets Approval
1505 9th Street NW. Courtesy of Workshop T10 Design Studio.
The development on 9th Street NW continues to move forward at a fairly frenetic pace.
On Thursday morning, the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) approved plans for a four-story, three-unit apartment building at 1505 9th Street NW (map), currently a vacant lot.
The infill project is particularly narrow (13 feet, 4 inches wide) and T10 Design Studio worked within those limits by creating a wide glassy strip running from the top of the building to the second floor. The first and second floors will each contain a one-bedroom unit, while the third and fourth floors will be occupied by a two-bedroom duplex with a private roof deck. In the rear, there is space for a yard and a parking space.
While on the small side, the approved project joins a slew of others in the works on and around the burgeoning boulevard of 9th Street NW:
- A 19-unit apartment project at 1322 9th Street NW
- A 70-unit condo project at 1250 9th Street NW
- An 87-unit condo project at 1212 9th Street NW
- An office/retail project from 1216 9th Street NW to 1228 9th Street NW
- The possibility of 200 microunits at 9th Street NW and Florida Avenue
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