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New renderings released for Navy Yard hotel, mixed-use project

The new design is much blockier, but still relatively modern

All renderings via Forest City Washington, designed by STUDIOS Architecture

Since July of last year, there have been plans to construct a 10-story mixed-use project and a hotel in Navy Yard. UrbanTurf reported that brand new designs have been released for the project, located at 227 Tingey Street SE.

The project will include a 225-key, 10-story hotel with approximately 6,200 square feet of ground-floor retail. According to UrbanTurf, there will be a neighborhood bar in the project as well as a restaurant, conference space, and rooftop bar and event space.

A portion of the site will also feature a 285-unit residential building with ground-floor retail and below-grade parking. [UPDATE: The project features two buildings, not one.]

The developer behind the project, Forest City Washington, has yet to file an application for a design review. UrbanTurf reported that the application will likely be filed in mid-March.

Below, see a previously released rendering for the project that was filed with the D.C. Zoning Commission last year. This rendering was meant to recall the now-demolished Building 159, which once stood on the property.

[UPDATE: A previous version of this article stated that the newly released rendering will replace the previously released rendering, both seen above. Both renderings still stand for the two projects.]

Forest City Unveils Design For 225-Room Hotel at the Yards [UrbanTurf]

Navy Yard Parking Lot May Be Replaced by 270-Unit Mixed-Use Project [Curbed DC]