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Neighborhood Watch

6 Logan Circle Condos Planned for Top of “The Bike Rack”


Logan Circle has a small new condo project announcement out in the local real estate press. A partial four story addition is planned for on top of the existing retail space at 1412 Q Street, NW, the current home of The Bike Rack.

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The addition will hold 6 residential units and a green roof with some use of basement space for the residents, probably for storage. During construction, the retail space will be expanded for The Bike Rack. There appears to be adequate height on the adjoining properties that will allow the new four stories to integrate into the streetscape without being an eyesore.

“Lots for infill condo developments are scarce all throughout NW DC,” said Gerard DiRuggiero, Principal Broker of UrbanLand Company. “It’s no surprise that developers will continue to get innovative in their search for space to build.”

#FollowDevelopment with UrbanLand Company on Twitter! Thanks to UrbanTurf for the alert.

 

 

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