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Historic Randall School to be redeveloped with 485 units, museum, restaurant

There may also end up being spaces for office and educational uses

All renderings courtesy of Beyer Blinder Belle

Plans for redeveloping Washington, D.C.’s historic Randall School in the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood have shrunk, as reported by Bisnow.

Originally, plans were to build 520 residential units at 65 I Street SW, but now there are hopes to construct 485 units, ranging from studios to one-, two-, and possibly three-bedrooms. There may end up being a mix of both apartments and condos. The top six floors of the building will have balconies, and the interior courtyard will be enlarged.

In the project, there are also plans for a museum, cafe or restaurant, and possibly office and educational spaces.

Groundbreaking is expected by early 2019 with a delivery by 2021.

Revised Plan For Southwest D.C.'s Randall School Calls For 485 Units, Museum And Restaurant Space [Bisnow]

[UPDATE: The previous renderings shown in this article were outdated. The renderings have been removed and replaced with updated renderings.]