New Development Begun on Sherman Avenue


The old wood frame house that was once sited just south of Lamont Street at 3229 Sherman Avenue is no more. Notice of its impending removal was first indicated when the owners filed a raze permit application on December 22, 2015. Based on a 2015 DCRA determination letter, the lot will be subdivided. The project would be a matter-of-right project allowing construction of three new rowhouse structures, each containing up to two units.

The original house on the site was built in 1890 by John F. Finn, and I’ve include some history of the site in an earlier post.

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One Comment on “New Development Begun on Sherman Avenue”

  1. […] on the progress of the development located at 3229 Sherman, just south of Lamont. Construction began in October 2016 and replaced an old wood-frame single family home that was built in 1890. The new structures should […]

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