New Housing Coming to Newton Place After 4 Year Delay

As reported in April, the long-stalled infill development first proposed for 429 Newton Place, NW, in 2012 and approved in 2013 is moving forward following a change in ownership. Over the weekend I observed that the foundations have been poured, an excellent sign that this isn’t another false start.

(New foundations for the six flats under construction at 429 Newton Place, NW.)

The project, as approved, will result in three rowhouse-type infill buildings. Each will contain two living units for a total of 6 new living units. Below is the elevation on how the development will integrate into the existing neighborhood.

(Elevation of new rowhouses currently under construction at 429 Newton Place, NW.)

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One Comment on “New Housing Coming to Newton Place After 4 Year Delay”

  1. rider Says:

    Great. What in the world caused such a long delay?

    I welcome the new development.


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