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After years (and years and years) of expectations that Lerner Enterprises' 1000 South Capitol Street project would eventually be a 320.000-square-foot office building, an application filed in mid-August with the Board of Zoning Adjustment has revealed the company is now looking to build a 330ish-unit residential building on the site between K and L Streets, SE.
There are no renderings included with the filing, and the company has let me know that they are not quite ready to offer up details on the project, but the BZA documents do show that the building would be 110 feet/13 stories high, with three levels of underground parking, and is being designed by Shalom Baranes Associates.
The site is the western half of the block where the 1015 Half Street office building has stood since 2011, and has served as Nats Parking Lot K since 2008.
This would be Lerner's second development project in the neighborhood, with the company having built the 20 M Street office building back in 2005-2007. (The other neighborhood project owned by the Lerner family, the one with the Curly W logo, has its headquarters a few blocks further down South Capitol.)
This 1000 South Capitol project actually came to ANC 6D way back in 2006 (no, really) with a request to close a portion of the alley that runs between this lot and 1015 Half, and in fact the alley closing is still marked as "proposed" on the new BZA documents.
For your zoning nerds, Lerner is looking for variances from side yard requirements and loading requirements, and a special exception from roof structure requirements. In addition, the project will have a 15-foot setback along South Capitol, which is not currently required since the site is not within the Capitol Gateway Overlay boundaries, but will become a requirement once/if the city's zoning rewrite is ever completed.
The BZA hearing is currently scheduled for Nov. 24.
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DAK4Blizzard says: (8/31/15 2:05 PM)
I was at the Nats game yesterday, discussing preparation for the 2018 All Star game (for which there's a sign betind center field). She said Lerner is looking to aggressively redevelop not only in this neighborhood but also across the Anacostia to, as she put it, show off the area around the ballpark for MLB and TV. I don't know to what extent this is true, and if so, whether it can be done with less than 3 years to go. What have you heard on this, if anything? Thanks.


DAK4Blizzard says: (8/31/15 2:08 PM)
Edit: "she" meaning a friend of mine who just heard about this by word of mouth. She doesn't closely follow or work in urban development. (Sorry for extra post.)


JD says: (8/31/15 3:29 PM)
They would have to snap up a lot of land pretty quickly and get plans in the pipeline to be ready by July 2018.

I might imagine that the Lerners (and the city, and the commercial real estate biz) certainly *want* aggressive redevelopment by 2018, but whether they are taking it upon themselves, I have not heard.


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