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Broadcast

4620-4624 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016

UIP proposes to convert the existing office buildings at 4620 and 4624 into a single apartment building with 146 apartment units and 11,000 SF of ground-level retail.

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Ladybird

4330 48th Street NW Washington, DC 20016

Valor development proposes to add 200 apartment units (10% affordable), 30 condos, 16,300 SF of retail, and 600 parking spaces. 

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4000 Wisconsin Ave NW

4000 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, DC 20016

Donohoe Development plans to replace the existing 1980s building with a 7-story residential tower to include 720 apartment units (70 units will be affordable), 34,000 SF of retail, 883 parking spaces, and 325 bicycle spaces. 

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Frequency Apartments

4000 Brandywine Street Washington, DC 20016

Urban Investment Partners delivered Frequency Apartments in Spring 2017.  The multi-family development offers a total of 100 one and two-bedroom apartments. 

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Dancing Crab

4615 Wisconsin Avenue NW - 4611 41st Street NW Washington, DC 200016

The current owner of the property, Carlos Horcasitas, is proposing a redevelopment of the existing Dancing Crab Bar.  The project will include 41 residential units and approximately 5,000 SF of retail offering a rooftop bar and restaurant. 

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Shaw at Ellington Plaza

608-618 T Street NW Washington, DC 20001

Monument Realty is constructing a 7-story mixed-use development to incorporate the existing retail facades and provide 59-79 residential units, 7,400+ SF of retail space and underground parking with up to 43 spaces. 

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Perla

810 O Street NW Washington, DC 20001

The Perla by Four Points is currently under construction at the former site of Scripture Cathedral Church and will include a 90-ft building with 66 apartment units, 6,900 SF of ground-level retail, and 68 below-grade parking spaces. 

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801N

801 N St NW Washington, DC 20001

The Holladay Corporation and The Foundry Companies are proposing 30 condominiums with one-and two-bedroom residential units.  Underground parking will also be included with 18 parking spaces.
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Deanwood Metrorail Station Development

4720 Minnesota Avenue NE Washington, DC 20019

WMATA proposes to replace 194-space Park & Ride with future mixed-use development with a development partner. Preliminary estimates by WMATA suggest approximately 160 residential units and 10,000 SF of retail. Requests for proposals were requested in 2018.
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Residences at Hayes

5201 Hayes Street NE Washington, DC 20019

This development by Pennrose Properties and The Warrenton Group is nearing construction completion and leasing 150 studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartment units. Amenity space includes a community room, fitness center, computer lab, playground, laundry room, and courtyard.

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