Rendering for Condos, Holm, Coming to 11th and Rhode Island Ave, NW

11th and Rhode Island Ave, NW

Their website says:

“sales start September 2014
move in summer 2015
Brand New 1 and 2 bedroom condos in
logan circle from the mid $400’s”

Rendering via CASRiegler

website says:

“1101 Rhode Island ave is one of the last remaining pieces of developable land in the desirable Logan Circle neighborhood. A former parking lot, and home of a taxi cab stand and garage, the site has been razed to prepare for the ground-up construction of 38 luxury condominiums and 3100 Square feet of retail. Architect Hicock Cole has designed a building that is contemporary yet seamlessly blends with the neighborhood and its historic surroundings. 1101 Rhode Island will be positioned as an exclusive luxury condominium in the most desirable neighborhood in Washington DC. Blocks from booming 14th street corridor to the west, and two blocks from the newly thriving 9th street corridor, the location is perfectly situated and walking distance to all the amenities the city has to offer. Construction will begin first quarter 2014 and reach substantial completion February 2015.”

Previously Diamond Cab:


17 Comment

  • brookland_rez

    That is going to make such a huge difference for that corner.

  • clevelanddave

    I don’t know if it is one of the last developable lots- look across the street at the laundromat. Looks like they also started late- wonder if they’ll make it by March. What is a Holm anyway? Short for Holmes? Homes?

  • It looks nice, but I think their pr firm is trying to hard: “seamlessly blends with the neighborhood and its historic surroundings”? Not really, no.

    Nice enough design.

    • It looks like everything else that’s going up these days. A busy corner is not a good place for balconies; they’ll probably make the units even noisier.

    • I think it will blend in, but only because it’s pretty similar to the other nondescript new-build in the area. It reminds me of the newish buildings nearby on Vermont Ave (I think) and Rhode Island Ave.

  • God, look at all that asphalt. We could do buildings 10 times as high with these traffic sewers (or better yet, let’s narrow the roads)

  • The further gentrification of Hell’s Bottom.

  • Bo-ring design. Good that something productive is going on that corner, but I wish it was a little jazzier.

  • figby

    Wow! More condos. At what point is the city at max capacity on condos? Asking for a friend.

  • The units are TINY, even by DC standards. The concept of green courtyards and roofs is great, though. More condos/apartment buildings should have those features. I do agree that there are entirely too many projects being pushed up in the DC/VA area. It’ll be interesting to see how they’re filled.

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