Public Space Plan Proposed for 3701 New Hampshire Project

Last night ANC 4C considered the public space application for the proposed streetscape changes that could occur as part of the redevelopment of 3701 New Hampshire Avenue (the former Sweet Mango property). While the overall plan is fairly basic (see below), I was happy to see that the Rock Creek Church Road frontage of the development will remove the curb cut/loading zone and will replace it with two new trees and permeable pavers. This should also increase street parking by one or two spaces.

I don’t yet know ANC4C’s feedback but expect we’ll find out shortly. The public space hearing is scheduled for August.

3701 streetscape(Site plan page from Rooney Properties public space submission.)

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4 Comments on “Public Space Plan Proposed for 3701 New Hampshire Project”

  1. Curious George Says:

    more trees please

  2. Jack5 Says:

    Where is the sidewalk again? I don’t see it there at all…

    This building looks way too big for that corner. I am concerned as someone who lives there.

  3. resident Says:

    There are 6 trees shown and essentially no room for any more in the streetscape. All of the little squares on the image represent scored concrete sidewalk. Most of the image is sidewalk. Are you guys messing with me?

  4. Gentrify-u Says:

    Bigger and taller, please.
    “Temple of Truth”- you are next

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