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Planned NoMa mixed-use project will have hotel, retail, and residential

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The vacant plot of land will eventually house over 450 residential units

All renderings via 1005 First, LLC

In NoMa, the former site of a Greyhound bus terminal is planned to eventually be redeveloped with a mixed-use project with office, residential, and retail uses. The parcel at 1005 1st Street NE, or “Storey Park,” is currently vacant, but painted with what is currently D.C.’s largest public art project.

The 130-foot-high project will consist of 182,826 square feet of hotel use, 23,026 square feet of retail use, and 438,228 square feet of residential use. There will be a total of 462 residential units in the project.

Before able to construct the project, the owner will have to get relief from the Board of Zoning Adjustment on the area requirements of a closed court, a vehicular garage and loading entrance, a loading access ramp, and a rooftop lounge in connection with the hotel.

According to ElevationDC, the project was expected to break ground in June 2014. The project was previously planned to house a restaurant, 300 apartments, 65,000 square feet of retail, and 350,000 square feet of office space.

There are no reports as to when the project will break ground.

Mixed-use project on former Greyhound bus terminal land has name, groundbreaking date [ElevationDC]