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Four Points

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Four Points, from most recent to least.

Four Points Files Plan For 66-Unit Project on Site of Shaw Church

Four Points Files Plan For 66-Unit Project on Site of Shaw Church

UrbanTurf Staff | March 30th 2016 | 8 Comments

The development will take the place of the Scripture Cathedral Church at 810 O Street NW. ... read »

130 Residences, Offices and a Playhouse: The Plans For Anacostia’s Main Drag

130 Residences, Offices and a Playhouse: The Plans For Anacostia’s Main Drag

UrbanTurf Staff | September 21st 2015

Four Points Development and Curtis Investment Group are looking to combine eight lots along Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue and build around and... read »

Chapman Stables Development Needs to Alter Roof Addition Before Key Approval

Chapman Stables Development Needs to Alter Roof Addition Before Key Approval

Tianna Mañón | July 28th 2015 | 8 Comments

Roof structure continues to be sticking point for Truxton Circle proposal. ... read »

Chapman Stables Development Gets Design Concept Approval

Chapman Stables Development Gets Design Concept Approval

Lark Turner | May 29th 2015 | 1 Comment

However, the design will need to undergo some changes before it is built. ... read »

New Details and Renderings for 120-Unit Project at Truxton Circle’s Chapman Stables

New Details and Renderings for 120-Unit Project at Truxton Circle’s Chapman Stables

Lark Turner | May 13th 2015 | 1 Comment

An updated look at Four Points' planned 120-unit rehab and addition for the site. ... read »

120 Units Planned for Chapman Stables, Former Home of the Brass Knob

120 Units Planned for Chapman Stables, Former Home of the Brass Knob

Lark Turner | March 19th 2015 | 1 Comment

The Truxton Circle project, backed by developer Four Points, will have 60 parking spaces. ... read »

A New Look for 71-Unit Project East of the River

A New Look for 71-Unit Project East of the River

UrbanTurf Staff | January 15th 2015

Recently filed zoning documents provide new images for the project east of the Anacostia River from developer Four Points. ... read »

The Three Proposals for Redeveloping a U Street School

The Three Proposals for Redeveloping a U Street School

Lark Turner | September 26th 2014

All three proposals for redevelopment of Grimke School have a residential component and would require special approval from the Zoning Commission. ... read »

Details and Renderings of the Four Proposals for 8th and O Street

Details and Renderings of the Four Proposals for 8th and O Street

Lark Turner | July 1st 2014 | 4 Comments

On Monday night, four shortlisted development teams selected by the city hosted a community forum where each presented the finer points of their... read »

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