13-story, 163-unit Residential Project Planned Near Nats Park


13-story, 163-unit Residential Project Planned Near Nats Park

A new residential project, the sister project to One M Street, will bring a 13-story 163-unit building to 10 Van Street, SE just one block from Nationals Park. Monument Realty with investment partner based Angelo, Gordon & Company filed plans this week with the Zoning Commission for the project.

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Monument announced One M Street, the new 130,000 SF headquarters for the National Association of Broadcasters, in April.

The unit mix for 10 Van Street includes one, two and three-bedroom layouts as well as several two-bedroom  townhomes–the multi-level units with direct access from the street. The building will feature a rooftop pool and lounge, fitness center and other resident amenities.

The project architect is Gensler.

Proposed as for-sale units, 10 Van Street could ultimately become a rental project depending on the market, according to a press release from Monument.

Pending Zoning review, construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2016, concurrent with One M Street, and could deliver in 2018.

Van Street view looking South toward the ballpark.

Van Street view looking South toward the ballpark.

Featured image is the Southwest view looking North at South Capitol Street. Design by Gensler, courtesy of Monument Realty. 

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