With thanks to architect Gregory Powe
, I've got the early elevations for the planned renovations of 900 M Street, the beige one-story building
that is being converted into a retail space. (You can see a larger version here
, showing both the M Street and Ninth Street facades, which you can compare to current photos of the building
). As I wrote a few days back
, this building that was once a Hudson automobile dealership and more recently a dialysis unit is looking to become home to "three national tenants," though none have been named. Historic Preservation Review Board staff have now approved the design, and it's also been presented to the Capitol Hill Restoration Society and ANC 6B's Planning and Zoning Committee. Building permits for the exterior renovations are expected to be applied for this summer.