Originally, plans were to break ground on this massive, mixed-use project in NoMa in June 2014. With groundbreaking expected by November 2017, the development has made long strides, most recently gaining the unanimous approval of the Board of Zoning Adjustment.
The 130-foot-high project, located at 1005 First Street NE, is headed by developers Four Points and Perseus Realty, who plan on creating a donut-shaped building with 27,000 square feet of retail, 235 hotel rooms, and 460 residential units. 295 below-grade parking spaces will also be created.
UrbanTurf reported that the developers hope to sign Marriott to the hotel portion. The delivery is slated for July of 2019.
The site is currently vacant, but is painted with D.C.’s largest public art project.
The architecture firm behind the project is HKS Architects.
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