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The ten Initiatives within the Works in Takoma/Georgia Avenue Pipeline

by UrbanTurf Workers

Development has continued buzzing alongside on the uppermost stretch of Georgia Avenue and alongside the northeastern border of Maryland.

Beneath, UrbanTurf takes an up to date have a look at the residential pipeline in these DC neighborhoods, beginning westward in Takoma, then south down Georgia Avenue. If we missed a challenge, simply shoot us an e-mail editor(at)

In case you missed them, listed below are the opposite rundowns we have now printed this 12 months:


Strayer College Redevelopment

Douglas Growth secured financing earlier this 12 months for a 356-unit by-right challenge at 6830 and 6896 Laurel Avenue NW (map). The open house at Laurel and Aspen Streets will even be enlarged, and there will likely be 67 parking areas hidden alongside the rear alley parallel to Laurel.

The unit combine will likely be principally bigger one-bedrooms, together with studios and two-bedrooms; there will even be roughly 28 Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) items inexpensive to households incomes as much as 60% and 80% of space median earnings (AMI). Eric Colbert & Associates is the architect.


6928 Maple

Petra Growth has plans for a 49-unit challenge at 6928 Maple Avenue NW (map). The entire residential items within the 50-foot tall improvement could be inexpensive to housing voucher recipients, and there will likely be 23 long-term bicycle areas and 7 secured floor parking areas.

225 Vine Avenue NW

Montage Growth Group and Rosewood Methods are constructing a 35-unit, high-end co-living constructing at 221 and 225 Vine Avenue NW (map). The event will embrace three IZ items at 50% and 80% of AMI, and there will even be some floor parking. Sq. 134 Architects is the designer.

300 Carroll Avenue NW

Only a bit additional down Vine, a five-story, 159-unit improvement that may span the block between 325 Vine Avenue NW (map) and Carroll Avenue is within the works. The event would additionally refresh the one-story business strip throughout the road from the Takoma Metro at 300-308 Carroll Avenue NW (map) and restore and reuse the Victorian house-apartment-hostels above. SGA Cos. is the developer/architect. The event will embrace 16 IZ items, 23 parking areas, and 53 bicycle areas, and the unit combine will span studios to three-bedrooms.

The Arbor

Work is underway on the former 7-Eleven website at 218 Cedar Avenue NW (map) for a 55 foot-tall, 36-unit rental constructing. The items could be principally one-bedrooms, and 3-4 of the items could be IZ, The event would even have 9,000 sq. ft of workplace and/or retail house. The challenge will even embrace 14 bicycle and 12 vehicular areas of storage parking. Neighborhood Growth Firm is the developer and Sq. 134 Architects is the designer.


Takoma Metro Growth

Developer EYA and the Washington Metropolitan Space Transit Authority (WMATA) have a 435-unit mixed-use challenge within the works for the 6.7-acre website at Jap Avenue and Cedar Avenue NW (map). A big a part of the Moya Design Companions-designed improvement will likely be two acres of open house break up throughout a public park alongside Jap Avenue and an activated retail plaza with terraced steps on the Metro entrance alongside Carroll Avenue.

Beech Tree Place

One other all-affordable improvement is within the works in Shepherd Park, changing the two-story multifamily buildings subsequent door to the Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park Neighborhood Library at 7428 Georgia Avenue NW (map). All 65 of the items will likely be inexpensive to households incomes as much as 50% of AMI, and the unit combine will span from studios to three-bedrooms.

The five-story improvement will embrace a rooftop photo voltaic array and supply a handful of parking and carshare areas, and facilities will embrace a fitness center and a lounge. Lock7 Growth is the developer and Torti Gallas is the architect.

The Parks at Walter Reed

The redevelopment of the 66-acre former Walter Reed Military Medical Heart campus continues and can ultimately ship over three million sq. ft of mixed-use, together with greater than 2,100 residential items; 150,000 sq. ft of retail; two constitution colleges; workplace, lodge and artistic house; and 14 acres of inexperienced house.

The practically 400 items at The Brooks and The Vale delivered final 12 months, and Kite Home, a brand new rental improvement, is almost full.

Hines, City Atlantic, Triden and architect Torti Gallas City are the grasp planners. This is what’s subsequent on the residential entrance:

Toll Brothers will assemble 47 townhouses and 94 stacked bi-level condos at Georgia Avenue and Fern Avenue NW (map). The three-bedroom items could be organized in rows; every townhome may have a two-car storage and every rental may have one storage house. Twelve of the items will likely be inexpensive to households incomes as much as 80% AMI. The developer can be the design architect, and The Eisen Group is the architect of document.

The Reynard is a five-story challenge within the works on the southwest nook of Georgia Avenue and Dahlia Avenue NW (map) that can ship 344 flats above 24,000 sq. ft of economic house.

As much as 11% of the residential house will likely be inexpensive to households incomes as much as 50% and 80% of AMI, and a number of the storefronts alongside Georgia Avenue will home stay/work items and “outward-facing” constructing facilities, reminiscent of a café, a yoga studio, and co-working house. The event will even present 240 below-grade parking areas; BKV Group is the architect.

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Fifty townhouses are at present on the market alongside a central mews for the location on Aspen Avenue between 14th Place and Luzon Avenue NW (map). The townhouse-unit buildings will likely be in clusters of three and 5, every 2-3 tales tall and 16 ft large with inside one-car garages. Every unit would even have two- to three-bedrooms, plus attic/loft and outside terrace. 4 of the townhouses will likely be inexpensive dwelling items (ADUs) for households incomes as much as 80% of AMI.


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