1925 14th Street, NW
14th Street’s next massive development now underway just south of U Street – signs are up for Elysium Fourteen. Their Facebook page says:
“Elysium Fourteen is a highly exclusive apartment residence set in the heart of the 14th/U Street Corridor. This development project will involve the careful renovation and restoration of two existing historic buildings that will be subsequently adjoined to a newly constructed 9-story LEED certified apartment building with retail on the ground floor. Elysium Fourteen is an exceptional residence developed for the most discerning urban tenant.”
and their website says coming August 2015.
Here’s a rendering from thier Facebook page:
Rendering of 2030 8th Street, NW courtesy JBG
From a press release:
“The JBG Companies and Walton Street Capital are excited to announce the commencement of sales at an iconic building in the North End of Shaw neighborhood. The mixed-use residential and retail project is located at 2030 8th Street, NW and features 62 residences offering dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the city. Building amenities include ground floor restaurants, public and private rooftop terraces, a fitness center and a resident lounge.
The building features one and two bedroom residences with over nine-foot ceilings, and interior design finishes paying homage to the structure’s commercial past – when it served as a plumbing supply warehouse. Prices range from the upper $300s to $1.9 million. Floor plans, features and renderings are now available on the 2030 8th Street website.
Interior finishes will be a study in cool, contemporary design incorporating natural finished, hardwood floors, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms will be appointed with floating vanities, floor to ceiling porcelain tile surrounds and full-width mirrors.
The building was designed by the New York-based firm, Morris Adjmi Architects, which has recently completed a number of prestigious projects in Tribeca, SoHo and the Gansevoort Market Historic District in New York, including the distinctive High Line Building and 837 Washington.”
@ATLPLUMBINGDC tweets us:
“We can stare at our sister building @2030AP all day long. You?”
North Capitol and P St, NW
In the last day or so (maybe since yesterday morning), the building on the corner off North Cap and P was completely demolished (picture attached). I think I read somewhere a while ago that it was owned by Douglas, but I could be making that up. Any idea what is going in here? First, Uncle Chips adds alcohol, then DCity Smokehouse beautified itself; even Firehouse is finally opening next week. Does this mean the revitalization of North Cap has finally arrived?”
Thanks to a reader for sending from the Old Post Office building at 12th and Pennsylvania Ave, NW.
1923 Vermont Avenue, NW (just south of U Street)
From an ANC email:
“This email is to serve as official public notice that Advisory Neighborhood Commission 1B (ANC 1B) will be holding the first of two community-wide meetings to hear the three duly qualified applicant teams who have submitted proposals to redevelop the Grimke site, on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, at the Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center, 2nd Floor – 2000 14th St, NW.
Following the presentations, there will be a community Q & A session. (more…)
617 New York Avenue, NW
@dcconcierge tweets us this cool photo:
2nd and H Street, NE
Station House’s website says:
“Discover luxury Washington, DC apartments designed for the way you want to live now. Smart, connected, in tune. From the chic lobby to your chef’s kitchen, from the pet spa to the rooftop pool, from the party room to the gaming lounge to the buzzing H Street Corridor, move effortlessly through your life with style. Feeling at home has never felt quite like this.”
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
“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: