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Historic Preservation Review Board

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Historic Preservation Review Board, from most recent to least.

The 5-Year Evolution of a DC Development

The 5-Year Evolution of a DC Development

Nena Perry-Brown | May 7th 2021

Not only has the use changed a couple of times for this Mount Vernon Triangle development, the design has also changed a handful of times in recent... read »

A Mullett Redevelopment: 15 Units Proposed for a Pair of Rowhouses in DC’s West End

A Mullett Redevelopment: 15 Units Proposed for a Pair of Rowhouses in DC’s West End

Nena Perry-Brown | April 5th 2021

A hopback addition would give the development a new mullet. ... read »

Apartments, Hotel Rooms, Alley Dwellings: Big Development Plans Above U Street Metro

Apartments, Hotel Rooms, Alley Dwellings: Big Development Plans Above U Street Metro

Nena Perry-Brown | March 16th 2021

Eastbanc and Jamestown are proposing 106 apartments and 51 hotel rooms at 1250 U Street NW, along with 36 stacked duplexes in the alley behind. ... read »

A Simplified Design for One of the Most Prominent Residential Buildings at Walter Reed

A Simplified Design for One of the Most Prominent Residential Buildings at Walter Reed

Nena Perry-Brown | March 8th 2021

The Historic Preservation Review Board will consider the new design later this month. ... read »

A Church-Led Residential Development on the Boards in Shaw

A Church-Led Residential Development on the Boards in Shaw

Nena Perry-Brown | February 23rd 2021

Another Shaw church has development plans on the boards. ... read »

A Four-Story Residential Development Pitched a Block From DC’s Social Safeway

A Four-Story Residential Development Pitched a Block From DC’s Social Safeway

Nena Perry-Brown | February 16th 2021

Fortis Companies is looking to replace the single-story commercial building and surface parking lot at 1805 Wisconsin Avenue NW. ... read »

Could this Acclaimed DC Sculpture at National Geographic be Relocated to Canal Park?

Could this Acclaimed DC Sculpture at National Geographic be Relocated to Canal Park?

Nena Perry-Brown | February 3rd 2021

The National Geographic Society has a suggestion for where it could relocate the noteworthy sculpture in front of its 16th Street headquarters... read »

Seven Condos Proposed in Shaw Historic District

Seven Condos Proposed in Shaw Historic District

Nena Perry-Brown | January 7th 2021

The Shaw residential pipeline may be growing by a handful. ... read »

Historic Preservation Staff Recommends Conditional Approval of 14th Street Car Barn Redevelopment

Historic Preservation Staff Recommends Conditional Approval of 14th Street Car Barn Redevelopment

Nena Perry-Brown | December 14th 2020

Approval still depends on the Mayor's Agent for Historic Preservation finding the project "special" enough to warrant extensive demolition of the... read »

A Commercial Kitchen in the Works for Adams Morgan Alley Garage

A Commercial Kitchen in the Works for Adams Morgan Alley Garage

Nena Perry-Brown | November 16th 2020

This Adams Morgan garage may go from arts space to commercial kitchen. ... read »

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