Cranes to Abound in DC

October 11, 2013

Washington continues to buzz with building. Here are a few of the permits granted this week for continued construction.

701 Second St. NE: The New York City-based Fisher Brothers will construct a maximum 10-story, 375-unit apartment building with two below grade parking levels and 20,000 square feet of first floor retail on this site bounded by Second, Third, G and H streets NE. The nearly 400,000-square-foot Capitol Place (a planned-unit development first proposed in 2005) will offer covered access to Union Station, a fitness center, library and gaming lounges, business center, rooftop pool, deck and cabanas. It is located across the street from the Station Place office complex.

401 15th St. SE: New construction of a five-story mixed-use building with commercial retail on the ground floor and 12 residential units, likely condos, above. The Capitol Hill property is owned by Goodeon Kingston LLC.

2000 Pennsylvania Ave. NW: George Washington University has ordered up renovations to the second floor of its dual shopping center/office complex to include offices, classrooms and a fitness center.

5701 Georgia Ave. NW: A nice upgrade for D.C’s Emery Recreation Center with the installation of new playground equipment, site furnishings, trash cans, a bike rack and park benches.

SOURCE: Washington Business Journal/Michael Neibauer

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