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West End Fire Station Project Tops Out

This highly anticipated project is nearing completion

This Wednesday, the last beam was placed on the 90-foot-high West End Fire Station Project at 23rd and M streets NW. While there is still a ways to go for Eastbanc's project to complete, this topping out is another step in the completion of a $50 million project that was first pitched in 2007.

According to a press release, the project will feature a 15,500-square-foot fire station as well as a 54,300-square-foot building with six market-rate units and 55 affordable units for those making 60 percent of the area median income. There will be a one-level garage with 24 parking spaces. A state-of-the-art squash facility, called "Squash on Fire," will also be built with eight courts and a full-service restaurant.

Eastbanc is also constructing the 21,000-square-foot West End Library. The press release states that the building will include 7,300 square feet of retail topped by 71 condos and 93 apartments.

"Squash on Fire" and the West End Library Fire Station Project Topping Out Wednesday [PoPville]

West End Library and Fire Station Officially Break Ground [Curbed DC]

Permitting Change: Renderings for the West End Library [Curbed DC]