Modern condo building proposed for Park View
The developers of the property at 3577 Warder Street have posted a rendering and details of their project, which will contain five 2-bedroom units and parking.
This replaces a previous single-family home that was razed without a permit, and construction begun until a stop work order forced a temporary halt early this year.
To support on-site parking, this property will need a curb cut from the street. In September 2009, ANC 1A declined to endorse parking. At the time, however, the current building was not being proposed, and a single family home was then located on the site.
DDOT has affirmed that a curb cut is unlikely to win approval. DDOT considers curb cuts as mini-intersections, and for this one to be installed a street light would need to be relocated. Still, without this approval, the builder has forged ahead with a plan including a driveway.was razed without a permit. Once construction began, a stop work order was issued in February for failure to get permits or have inspections. Based on past practices, it seems reasonable to be concerned that a curb cut could similarly appear without going through the proper process.
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