Monsignor Romero Building Breaking Ground This Spring to Open in Mt. Pleasant “12-15 months after groundbreaking”

3145 Mt Pleasant Street, NW

In Sept. 2012 we heard the former Deauville building gutted by fire back in 2008 would break ground in March 2013 and reopen as the Monsignor Romero building. CM Jim Graham updates:

Dear Friends: The attorney for this building at 3145 Mt Pleasant advises that —“groundbreaking for the new building will take place this spring, and that it will be open for move-ins/occupancy within 12-15 months after groundbreaking.”

Thus a new beginning is in sight for a building that was ravaged by a FIVE ALARM fire, one of the very few in DC history.

We have also kept the promise for an all affordable building in Mt. Pleasant, where housing values are escalating daily.

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