In addition to the redevelopment of the West Heating Plant, more new condo projects are coming to Georgetown. Some of the new developments are planned and others are already under construction. The West Heating Plant will have the most new condos with 80 units, while others will have only eight residences.
Adams Mason House is coming to 1072 Thomas Jefferson Street in Northwest DC. The condo project is in the planning stages at this point with a delivery date of late 2013. The Adams Mason House will contain 10 new condos, plus 3,500 square feet of retail or office space. The residences will be one or two-bedroom units, with the potential for three-bedroom condos.
The Exxon gas station at the end of Key Bridge in Georgetown will be replaced by a new five-story condo development. The building will be 50 feet tall with 72,000 square feet for 35 to 37 condo units. The units will range in size from 1,800 to 2,200 square feet. Expect delivery after 2015.
The Montrose is another condo project coming to Georgetown that is currently under construction, but not selling units yet. This development project is a conversion of the Henry and Anne Hurt Home for the Blind into 15 condos at 3050 R Street in Northwest.
Wisconsin Avenue is also getting several new condo units with the project at 1045 Wisconsin Avenue. These seven or eight massive units will range in size from 3,000 to 4,000 square feet and are expected to be available in the middle of 2014. Each condo will have a north view of the C&O Canal and south view overlooking the Grace Church yard and the river in the distance. This project also includes ground level retail, a green roof, and underground parking.
It looks like there’s lots of development with all the new condo projects coming to Georgetown.