2.5-Acre NoMa Site Slated for Mixed-Use

 

Central Armature Works on 3rd Street NE. Image from Flickr by X.

Central Armature Works on 3rd Street NE. Image from Flickr by Elvert Barnes.

A site directly east of the NoMa Metro Station is the latest in the area to surrender its holdout position and give in to the wave of development drawing together the evolving neighborhoods of NoMa, Union Market, Union Station and H Street, NE.

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The property at 1200 3rd St. NE, home to the Central Armature for more than two dozen years, will become a mixed-use development through a partnership of Trammell Crow development and the Dorr family who has long owned the site, according to the Washington Business Journal.

The Business Journal reports that electrical repair and supply warehouse site will become a combination of residential (both rental and for sale), retail and hotel uses.

“In recent years, the NoMa neighborhood has evolved dramatically,” said Josh Dix, senior vice president for High Street Residential/Trammell Crow Company, in a prepared statement.

Trammell Crow will add the 2.5-acre development site directly adjacent to the NoMa Metro station to its portfolio of projects in the area, to include Sentinel Square I and II.

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