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Mt Vernon - Convention Center - Shaw DC New Development

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Shaw/Mt. Vernon-Convention Center Development

Blagden Alley Residences 

Blagden Alley Residences

Altus Realty two-building project with approx. 87 condo units in the Shaw neighborhood. Constructed on existing parking lot, designed by PGN Architects. Design mimics the neighborhood alleyway feel. The M Street development will incorporate a small existing alley structure. The two buildings may be separated and sold under different names and developer may also decrease the number of units in each building by increasing the number of 2 BR units. Construction start planned for 2012.

917 M Street NW DC 20001

27 condominium units, ground floor retail

1212 9th Street NW DC 20001

60 condominium units planned

Flats at Blagden Alley


Progression Place DC 

Progression Place 1805 7th NW  is a mixed use development at 7th and S, adjacent to the Shaw-Howard U Metro station. The project will feature 205 apartments at 7th Flats, 19,000 SF of retail (Shops at Progression Place) and 47,000 net rentable SF of office space at The Offices at Progression Place. The United Negro College Fund is relocating their offices from Fairfax to PP.  UNCF paid $23.87 million for a 50,000-square-foot condo at the development according the WBJ, who also reported the project's intended sale in January. It is expected to sell for more than $130M.  Funding WBJ

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City Center DC

City Center encompasses10-acres in the heart of the District, CityCenterDC will be a 2.5 million square foot development with a combination of condominiums, apartments, offices, public spaces, hotel, restaurants and shops. Phases 1 & 2 include: Retail: 295,000 sq ft Apartments: 458 units Condominiums originally planned: 216 units Office: 515,000 SF Hotel: 350 rooms Parking: 1,885 spaces Public Spaces: 1.5-acres CityCenterDC’s boundaries are New York Avenue NW, 9th Street NW H Street NW and 11th Street NW.

Update 7/31/2012:

City Center Residences  216 condominium units in two separate towers located in the 10-acre CityCenterDC neighborhood. The Residences at CityCenter, designed by Foster + Partners, will feature custom European kitchens, European appliances and built-in European wardrobes according to developers, and all will offer access to a balcony or Juliet balcony and some will include private terraces. Each residence features floor-to-ceiling windows. 325K SF of ground level retail and public spaces with seasonal programming. Sales scheduled to begin in fall 2012 and deliveries late fall/winter 2013.


City Market at O 

City Market at O By developer Roadside Development, the large scale project is a million square feet of retail, residential and parking. Here’s the breakdown: 87,000+ SF of retail 629 residential units 500 parking spaces The O Street market was built in 1881 as one of the public markets originated in 19th century DC. The existing Giant grocery will be replaced with a new version to open sometime in 2013. Fast-tracked by the Obama administration in order to spur job creation.  Developed by Roadside Development. Following the closing on HUD and TIF (Tax Increment Financing), construction began with the razing of the existing Giant and site work on the two city blocks site.   The Giant will reopen in late 2013 with the 182-room Cambria Suites limited service hotel and 400 units of market rate rental housing opening in spring 2013. Completing the project, the 84-unit affordable senior housing building and 145-unit condominium will be delivered in fall 2014. Time lapse webcam of the construction is available for viewing 24/7 at


P Street Residences DC 

P Street Residences 7th & P Streets NW DC 20001  On P Street between 7th and Marion and across the street from City Market at O, Valor Development's 4-story, 65-70 unit condominium project with units ranging from approx. 500 SF to 860 SF.  Ground floor retail planned. No start or delivery dates.

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751 P Street Condos DC 

751 P Street Condos  Capital City is constructing 12 luxury townhouse-style condos at 8th and P in Shaw. Plans call for 2 bi-level units in each of six buildings. Rowhouse elevations with interior spaces featuring 2 BRs, 2-2.5 BA and 1,150+ SF of living space.  Private balconies or patios per plan. 4 blocks to both Shaw and Mt. Vernon Square metros. Sample floorplan Unit #10:

751 P Street Condos Unit 10 

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1250 9th Street NW Condos

1250 9th Street NW Condos CAS Riegler's five-story, 54-unit condo project will encapsulate the existing pop-up gallery contemporary wing space, reportedly retaining 65% of its original structure and adding a wooden rain screen on the facade, pop ups at the front, and a residents' garden courtyard on the interior in addition to ground floor retail. PGN Architects.

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926 N Condos DC 

926 N Condos 926 N Street NW in the Convention Center area of Shaw is a 4 story mixed-use project offering 12-14 (discrepancies in documentation) residential units and 2 ground floor retail spaces. The original plan called for: No underground parking, 7 surface parking Retail space #1: 2418 SF  Retail space #2: 804 SF  Residential: 1 three-bedroom unit, 6 two-bedroom units, 5 one-bedroom units, 2 efficiencies, 4 PH units include roof top terraces. All units have balconies.  Design updates were discussed at ANC2F CDC Meeting April 25th and the Historic Preservation Review Board May 2012. The record shows the current plans to include: Commercial space and apartment lobby on the ground floor and 14 residential units above, arranged in an H-shaped plan. The first and second floors will be standard height with the third floor extended with a mezzanine level so those residential units can have loft spaces. Architect Susan Reatig, Megan Mitchell.


515 Q Condos DC 

515 Q NW Condos 515 Q Street NW at 6th and Q. Three-story, unit boutique condo building by developer Devereaux Ventures. Interior features at 515 Q Street are expected to include maple hardwood flooring, whole-house audio systems, Wi-Fi thermostat and front loading washers and dryers. Amenities include a dog washing station and bike racks. Condo fees are expected to start in the mid-200s. 515 Q Condos are located near the huge City Market at O project and Shaw-Howard University Metro.

Unit 1: 1st floor  1400 SF 2 BR 2 BA Private back yard.  Current developer's suggested prices $550K

Unit 2:  2nd floor  1200 SF 2 BR DEN 2 BA  Private terrace $530K

Unit 3: 3rd floor  1200 SF 2 BR DEN 2 BA Private rooftop deck $599K

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The Standard Eleven Shaw Condos DC 

The Standard Eleven Condos 1109 M Street NW (11th & M) New details have been released on The Standard Eleven condominium project in the Mount Vernon/Convention Center neighborhood (between Thomas Circle and 10th) stating the project is a renovation of a 1920's Edwardian townhome with new rear addition. The developer is offering 11 units including efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedrooms, duplexes, and loft style penthouses with roof decks. Parking to Unit 11 only. All unique floorplans, with private outdoor space per plan. Common roof deck, 1.5 blocks from Metro. Sales have begun and delivery is expected sometime this summer. Architects: PGN. Construction by Snead.

Suntrust and Prosperity Mortgage are the designated lenders for the project. Premium Title is the preferred settlement company. Buyers using both will receive a $2,000. closing cost credit from developer. Restrictions apply.*70% sold out as of 6/21 acc. to developer representative.


Naylor Court Stables Rowhouses 

Naylor Court Stables Rowhouses 1321 Naylor Court NW  Opal LLC creating three 2,550 SF rowhomes at 1321 Naylor Ct NW. Each three-story stable home will have 3 BRs, a roof terrace and parking. Just off Logan Circle, Walk to Metro, 14th Street & CityMarket at O. Dating back to the late 1700s, Naylor Court is one of the last remaining historically equestrian alleys in the District. Built with preservation in mind for those who appreciate historic surroundings, downtown convenience and a close-knit community, as well as the modern accoutrement of a new home. Pricing expected to be in the 1.5M range. Offered: The Yearling | Lot 1  The Yearling Reverse | Lot 2  The Yearling End Unit | Lot 3.  Due to zoning issues, the carriage homes will reportedly be a bit narrower than originally planned, with no rear bay windows, but were extended 2' in the rear.  One surface parking spot per unit. Deliveries expected in mid-2013.  Update 4/23/12: One home released for sale:$1,375,000.  4 Finished Levels 3 Bedrooms  4 1/2 Baths  Finished Rec-Rm  2600 SF  2 Car Parking.

Update 9/9/2012: 

Yearling Reverse plan Naylor Court Stables

The Yearling | Lot 1 RESERVED

The Yearling Reverse | Lot 2 $1,495,000

The Yearling End Unit | Lot 3 RESERVED


460 New York Avenue DC 

460 New York Avenue

Proposed 63 unit condo building at 460 New York Avenue in the Mount Vernon Square neighborhood of DC.  Initial plans call for 11 stories with lift parking, 1 BRs, efficiencies and 1 BR + Den units. Here’s the description on the WDG (architects) website:

The project is an example of a thoughtful adaptive re-use of an existing building on a key prominent site; one of the last available in the trendy Mt. Vernon Triangle area just north of Washington DC’s central business district. This project preserves a three-story historic warehouse building as the base for a new modern metal and glass tower. At the same time, the tower was designed to stand out from the base so that existing building was recognizable as being from another era. The new tower features bay windows that align and give organization to the overall project, and are angled to give residents impressively long-views looking up New York Avenue. This 11-story boutique condominium building offers 63 studio, one, and one bedroom with den units in downtown Washington, DC. Reflecting unmet demand from smaller households for stylish but economical living, the units offer efficient design while boasting large window walls, balconies, and luxury fixtures and finishes. The impressive two-story height lobby features a gracious entrance and large fitness room. Located below-grade is a high-tech mechanical parking system provided for 36 vehicles. The space saving system is one of the most innovative features of the building. Vehicles enter on the basement level to park in one of 12 available lifts, each suspending 3 vehicles. The crowning jewel of the building is the 3,000-sf penthouse, which is wholly devoted to a large community lounge and stylish 1,000-sf rooftop patio with view. The penthouse provides needed amenity space for compact living.

According to WCP, Bozzuto chose to agree to incorporate the existing warehouse structure to allow the developer 100% grandfathered occupancy in lieu of current 80% cap.

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435 R Street NW Condos DC 

435 R Street NW Condos 22 unit 4-story condo project by developer Grant Epstein of Community Three Development. 18 one BR units, 4 two BR units between 650 and 1000 SF. Eleven parking spaces. The existing single story structure will be razed and the adjoining two vacant lots incorporated into the new design. Pricing is expected to be in the $300K- $430K range, delivering in 2014.

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