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Board Of Zoning Adjustment

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Board Of Zoning Adjustment, from most recent to least.

54-Condo Georgetown Waterfront Development Moves on to Zoning Phase

54-Condo Georgetown Waterfront Development Moves on to Zoning Phase

Nena Perry-Brown | January 29th 2020

While the Old Georgetown Board continues reviewing the design concept , the development team is moving forward to seek zoning approval. ... read »

Zoning Approval Paves Way for Call Your Mother Georgetown Location

Zoning Approval Paves Way for Call Your Mother Georgetown Location

Nena Perry-Brown | January 15th 2020

Following two hours of testimony and procedural wrangling, the Board of Zoning Adjustment approved a variance enabling Call Your Mother to open in... read »

DC for Reasonable Development Appeals McMillan Demolition Permits

DC for Reasonable Development Appeals McMillan Demolition Permits

Nena Perry-Brown | November 6th 2019

The appeal describes issuance of the permits as "erroneous". ... read »

A New Look for Proposed Ford’s Theatre Expansion

A New Look for Proposed Ford’s Theatre Expansion

Nena Perry-Brown | October 7th 2019

Having secured HPRB approval earlier this year, the Ford's Theatre Society is seeking zoning approval for its planned expansion. ... read »

18 Apartments Proposed to Restore Contributing Historic Building in Navy Yard

18 Apartments Proposed to Restore Contributing Historic Building in Navy Yard

Nena Perry-Brown | August 23rd 2019

The site is in the Navy Yard neighborhood and the Capitol Hill Historic District. ... read »

86 Affordable Apartments Proposed for Alabama Avenue

86 Affordable Apartments Proposed for Alabama Avenue

Nena Perry-Brown | July 1st 2019

The development would be blocks from Skyland Town Center. ... read »

Could Hill East be the Next Neighborhood with a Triangular Home?

Could Hill East be the Next Neighborhood with a Triangular Home?

Nena Perry-Brown | June 27th 2019

An application is in the works to add a single-family home atop a literal corner store. ... read »

24 Net-Zero Affordable Apartments Inch Forward on Florida Avenue

24 Net-Zero Affordable Apartments Inch Forward on Florida Avenue

Nena Perry-Brown | June 18th 2019

DHCD awarded development rights to the Truxton Circle site last year. ... read »

Two Bedrooms and Bigger: A Ward 8 Development Focuses on the Family

Two Bedrooms and Bigger: A Ward 8 Development Focuses on the Family

Nena Perry-Brown | May 21st 2019

The project would only have two-bedroom and three-bedroom units. ... read »

10 Units to Replace a Detached Home on the Brookland Border

10 Units to Replace a Detached Home on the Brookland Border

Nena Perry-Brown | May 16th 2019

This proposed development would cause an uproar in other neighborhoods of the city. ... read »

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