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LeDroit Park DC Conversion of Frazier Funeral Home
Shut down as part of a District-wide crackdown on funeral homes, Frazier Funeral Home was purchased in September of 2011 for $850,000 to 1801 4th St NW Llc 391 Rhode I, according to MRIS records.
Located in the LeDroit Park Historic District, the property is being renovated to six residential units referred to as "apartments" in documents to and from DCRA. The building permit was issued on February 16 2012.
The permit summary states that the new owner will, among other things;
Remove awning and Formstone from the building (exterior),
Clean brick and paint with mortar tinted to match the original,
Replace windows with all-wood, one-over-one double-hung windows.
Details from DCRA on LeDroit Park DC Conversion of Frazier Funeral Home
The two-story-plus-basement building has a certificate of occupancy dated May 31, 1968 authorizing the use of the lower level and first floor as a funeral parlor. No additional CofO was found on record for the second floor.
An apartment house is a permitted use for a C2A District property.
The plat was reviewed by DCRA and the building found to be "nonconforming devoted to conforming use."
Holland & Knight provided DCRA with historical records and photos dating back to 1927 showing that the second floor was once used as a residence and that there was a kitchen and bath on that floor.
The existing building occupies 85% of the lot, while 60% is the maximum "otherwise permitted" for a residential building.
No additions or enlargements were proposed for the LeDroit Park DC Conversion of Frazier Funeral Home.
According to the MRIS listing, the sale included two parcels; one vacant property used for parking and the (approximately) 5,552 SF parcel occupied by the building.
The project is presently in the renovation stage. The photograph in this post was taken 7-19-12.
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