Black and Red United, Curbed’s sister site, recently reported on brand new renderings for the planned D.C. United Stadium in Buzzard Point. The new set of documents submitted to the D.C. Zoning Commission show changes to earlier designs, brought about by opposition from local developer Akridge.
The biggest changes to the design are a complete redesign of a park by the main entrance, retail spaces along 1st Street SW, and a new entrance on S Street SW. The total amount of retail space now planned is 17,000 square feet, reported Black and Red United.
To see more of the new renderings, look below.
• Latest D.C. United stadium renderings show new entrance, landscaped park, retail spaces [Black and Red United]