Parking Variance for Proposed 45-Unit Project Approved by ANC 5D
On June 10, 2014 our Advisory Neighborhood Commission 5D voted in support of a zoning variance to allow local developer Ditto Residential LLC. to reduce the number of parking spaces for a proposed 4-story 45-unit apartment building at 1326 Florida Ave NE to 16 spaces. Current zoning regulations require a minimum of 23 parking spaces be provided based on the size of the building. Future zoning regulation revisions may lower the parking space requirement for a building of that size to only 15 spaces, therefore if the zoning changes are approved, then Trinidad will end up with one more parking space than will be required.
The District Department of Transportation verified that the new building’s residents would not be eligible for Residential Parking Permits (RPP) because the block is not eligible for RPP. Also, the developer agreed to place a clause in their lease agreements that will prohibit its residents from seeking RPPs.
The building will use sustainable materials, and have many energy efficient elements including about 5,000 sq. ft. of green roof space.
The project will also create approximately six affordable housing units in accordance with DC law. That will results in a net gain of six affordable housing units where there currently are none.
For more information please see the following:
Ditto Residential LLC.’s 1326 Florida Ave NE Project Overview
The full variance application documents can be viewed using the Board of Zoning Adjustment’s Interactive Zoning Information System case search (Case No. 18785). Once in the case, all documents can be found by clicking the “View Full Log” button.
Interested residents can submit written comments to the Board of Zoning Adjustment at firstname.lastname@example.org referencing case number 18785, or testify at the BZA hearing on June 24 at 9:30 am at 441 4th Street NW in room 220 South. For more information, contact the Office of Zoning at 202-727-6311.
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