Rendering from Capital City Real Estate website
1701 H Street is interesting because it's a bit further east of the main strip and would hopefully extend some of the development we've been seeing. Plans call for 180 residential units, and over 14,000 square feet of ground floor retail. You can read more about this one in a recent article from the Washington Business Journal.
Image from Google Maps
Image from the Insight Property Group website
1300 H Street is the site of the former R. L. Christian Library. Plans call for 36 high-end residential units, and 6,600 square feet of ground floor retail.
The complete agenda appears below (past agendas for the Economic Development Committee are available on ANC 6A's website):
When: Wednesday, January 20, 2016, 7-9pm,
Where: Sherwood Recreation Center, 640 10th Street, Second (2nd) Floor Community Room
7pm – Welcome/Introductions
7pm – Community Comments
7pm – Status Reports
1) Resolution of previously heard BZA/HPRB cases (Brad Greenfield)
1. 1701 H Street, NE (Case Number 15-31): The PUD seeks a land use designation change from the existing C-2-A to C-2-B in order to develop the Property. The property is currently unimproved and the Applicant proposes to construct a mixed-use building with approximately 14,342 square feet of ground-floor retail uses and 180 residential units on nine floors above. The applicant will also use the PUD process to obtain relief from other requirements of the Zoning Regulations, including the parking, loading and roof structure requirements.
2. 1300 H Street, NE (Case Number 19026): The developer will update the ANC on our progress and confirm in-person that we remain on schedule. The developer also wants to inform the ANC of technical modifications of plans that were submitted. They are submitting a refined level of building drawings to the BZA.
3. 230 12th Place, NE (Case Number 19198): Application of Peter Lord and Rebecca Larsen, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3104.1, for a special exception under § 223, not meeting the lot occupancy requirements under § 403.2, the open court requirements under § 406, and the nonconforming structure requirements under § 2001.3, to construct a two-story rear addition to an existing one-family dwelling.
4. 619 Elliott Street, NE (Case Number 19199): Application of Thomas and Whitney Paxson, pursuant to 11 DCMR § 3104.1, for a special exception under § 223, not meeting the lot occupancy requirements under § 403.2, the open court requirements under § 406, and the nonconforming structure requirements under § 2001.3, to construct a third-story addition to an existing one-family dwelling.