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New Development Coming to 9th and N Street, NW

by Prince Of Petworth February 7, 2013 at 4:00 pm 16 Comments


9th and N St, NW

This morning I posted a mural from 9th and N St, NW and some commenters mentioned the development from CAS Riegler coming to 1250 9th St, NW. CAS Riegler’s website says:

1250 9th Street is a 64,500 square foot, urban in-fill, mixed-use development project located in the heart of Washington, DC’s rapidly expanding 9th Street Corridor surrounded by three of the city’s largest developments. At completion, the project will contain a total of 70 residential units and approximately 8,200 square feet of ground floor retail one block away from the Mount Vernon/ 7th Street Convention Center Metro station. The development will be four levels of residential plus a penthouse level with separate townhomes and the ground level retail can accommodate two full- service restaurants. 1250 9th Street lies at the Southwest corner of 9th and N Streets, NW in the Shaw neighborhood at the convergence of Mount Vernon and Gallery Place. The site is partially occupied by a three story building constructed in the 1920’s. It is considered to be a contributing historic structure and will therefore be incorporated into the design of the new development.

1250 9th Street offers direct access and convenience to several popular amenities in the DC metro area along with easy access to major employment centers downtown DC and the rest of the metro area. Construction is scheduled to commence 1Q 2013 with a projected delivery in 2Q 2014.

You can see all the renderings here.

  • Calebb

    Awesome. These Shaw projects are finally off and running after a decade of talks and negotiations.

  • anon

    good glavin. nice work Shaw.

  • The cars are on the wrong side of the road 🙂

  • anon

    when will those sheety dollar stores go away on 7th between P and Q?

    • Anonymous

      2 years.

      • anon

        cant come soon enough

  • DC buyer

    Does anyone know who brokered this deal? Or is it a direct negotiation between Cas Riegler and the original owner?

    • Anonymous

      not sure who brokered the deal but it’s a joint venture w/ Douglas. I believe Douglas was on board first

      • DC buyer

        Any particular reason that Douglas wants them to join? I know Riegler has been successful but Douglas is a much bigger company.

        • Lisa

          From what I understand Douglas owned only the empty corner lot where OCG was and has for some time. Reigler wanted to buy that lot to supplement 1250 9th which they bought. Douglas doesn’t sell.

          • DC buyer

            Interesting. Douglas owned the corner lot for a long time (since 2001) but did not know that 1250 9th was for sale?

          • Lisa

            It’s fun going through the online land records at DCRA. You know, 1250 Ninth Street LLC who got the property via a trustee’s deed after a foreclosure sale in 1999 very well may be Douglas Jemal. Hasn’t changed hands since 1999. So maybe he does own the whole kit and kaboodle and Riegler made him an offer he couldn’t refuse.

          • DC buyer

            Can anyone shed some light on the background of Cas Riegler?

  • anon

    Glad to see some density some to that area. The area behind the Passenger on L between 6th and 7th should be ripe for development soon too. Those buildings need to get torn down or redone.

    • sbc

      they will. google jemal 655 NY Avenue. They just got approval from the Board of Zoning Appeals.

    • Anonymous

      Personally, I wish they would remain.
      It’s part of the few last remaining vestiges of old downtown DC.
      And the fringe festival is really cool.

      But I guess we need another chopp’d or potbelly.

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