Currently the site of site of a 32,000 square foot vacant lot, the parcel on the 2800 block Hartford Street SE will soon house 16 3-bedroom, 3-bath garage-centric townhomes. Hartford and BMA are betting that the Knolls’ proximity to what they have deemed the “Alabama Avenue Renaissance corridor of Anacostia,” the Congress Heights Metro and the planned redevelopment zone of St. Elizabeths Hospital will make an easy sell in tough housing market. Prices are planned to start at $309,990.
According to Melvin L. Mitchell, Managing Partner of Hartford, LLC and CEO of BMA, the development received DC Board of Zoning Adjustment approval in April 2007 and expects building permits to be granted before the end of the month. The first homes are expected to deliver in the spring of 2009.
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