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D.C. developer files raze application for Georgetown gas station

Over 20 residential units are planned

All renderings courtesy of Handel Architects

Two months ago, a Valero gas station in Georgetown was demolished to make way for a brand new residential development. Now, with a raze permit filed, there are plans for another gas station to be redeveloped in the neighborhood.

UrbanTurf reports that D.C.-based developer Altus Realty Partners plans on building a five-story residential building with 21 units, which will include one-, two-, and three-bedrooms with square footage that varies from 1,200 square feet to 4,387 square feet. Every home will offer a private elevator, library or office space, and outdoor space.

There are also plans for a two-level, below-grade garage with 47 vehicular spaces. Amenities will include a rooftop pool, yoga studio, and communal wine cellar.

According to UrbanTurf, groundbreaking is anticipated for this summer with a delivery by late 2019.

The architecture firm behind the designs is Handel Architects.

Raze Application Paves Way for Development at Georgetown Exxon Station [UrbanTurf]

Georgetown gas station is demolished, plans for eight-unit mixed-use project [Curbed DC]