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H Street Grows North With Bladensburg Apartments & Retail Announcement


The H Street Corridor made its expansion moves East recently with major projects announced east of Hechinger Mall and on Benning Road, and now the corridor’s booming development is headed North. Local developer Douglas Development has published plans to build 13 apartments and 4,000 sq. ft. of ground floor retail at 1151 Bladensburg Road, NE.

The project will utilize an existing structure at the address. Retail will remain on the ground floor with apartments taking over the 2nd and 3rd levels. No details are available on the apartment designs as of yet.

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The project, once completed, will retain the existing look of the structure on the site. Project renderings have been published and look like the following.

“The zone East and North of H Street will be full of new project announcements as the Corridor naturally evolves and expands,” said Gerard DiRuggiero, Principal Broker of UrbanLand Company.  “Announcements will start small, but you’ll see larger and larger mixed use projects coming to this part of DC as developers pursue available sites.”

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Thanks to UrbanTurf on the alert!

 

 

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