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Renderings Revealed for 650-Unit NoMa Mixed-Use Project

Expect two apartment buildings and one hotel

More residential and hotel space is planned for Washington, D.C. Trammell Crow Company recently filed a Planned Unit Development (PUD) for a planned mixed-use project in NoMa that will bring approximately 650 residential units, roughly 200 hotel rooms, and about 50,000 square feet of retail. 8 percent of the residential units will be designated for affordable housing. The project encompasses a total of three 120-foot-high buildings with roughly 350 parking spaces. High Street Residential, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, is developing the residential portions of the site.

Set for a triangular plot of land on 1200 Third Street NE, this project will replace the electrical apparatus repair, supply, and construction company known as Central Armature Works. The location is only a block from the Noma-Gallaudet U Metro station. Currently, the site is zoned for industrial use.

The northern residential building will consist of roughly 450 residential units with approximately 410,000 square feet of retail. One above ground and one below ground level will be designated for retail uses.

For the southern residential building, there will be approximately 175,000 square feet of space used for residential use.

The 200-room hotel will span approximately 130,000 square feet.

There are also plans for a plaza on M Street NE and N Street NE with outdoor seating, a water feature, works of art, and a potential Capitol Bikeshare station. Amenities will include a rooftop bar, pool, and private terrace.