1200 3rd Street, NE
S writes: “They’re demo-ing an old warehouse in NoMa right by the metro. lots of dust and contaminants in the air on my morning walk this am. Can we get an asbestos report?? The structure is super old and you can see two different insulations are used.”
Here are the plans and a rendering for what’s coming from the Trammell Crow Company:
“A 2.43-acre mixed-use development in D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood.
Developed by High Street Residential, Armature Works is a 2.43-acre redevelopment site adjacent to the NoMa-Galludet U. Metro stop in the emerging NoMa neighborhood of the District of Columbia, and is conveniently located between Union Market and H Street, two of the most popular retail and entertainment districts for millennials in the city.
The current concept plan calls for 450 apartment units, 200 condominium units, 50,000 square feet of ground floor retail, and a 200-room hotel. These components will be woven together by a series of urban open spaces and pocket parks totaling approximately 46,000 square feet. Components of the open space will be a large public plaza that provides a location for a future pedestrian tunnel that will connect directly to the NoMa-Galludet U. Metro stop, and a public plaza along M Street across from the Uline Arena.
Opportunity, Solutions & Outcomes
Armature Works is a mixed-use development in D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood. It will deliver apartments and condominiums, shopping and dining, a hotel, and public plazas, making Armature Works D.C.’s new center of urban living. Paying homage to the District’s industrial roots while offering easy access to downtown, Armature Works joins the past and the future into a design that brims with energy and potential.
Once completed Armature Works will serve as the hub of residential and retail life in the NoMa neighborhood, while linking NoMa to Union Market and H Street.”
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