The Week Ahead…and Las Placitas Is Open on Lower Barracks Row

 

The Week Ahead….and Las Placitas is Open on Lower Barracks Row

By Larry Janezich

Las Placitas, now open at 1100 8th Street, SE

Las Placitas, now open at 1100 8th Street, SE

The menu is the same - except for the addition of a new Salvadorean specialty

The menu is the same – except for the addition of a new Salvadorean specialty

 

The Week Ahead…

Monday, January 4

  1. ANC6C Alcoholic Beverage Licensing Committee meets at 7:00pm, Capitol Hill Medical Center/Kaiser Permanente, 700 Second Street, NE (2nd & G NE).

Agenda:

Presentation by ABRA representative on license protests

  1. Capitol Hill Restoration Society Historic Preservations Committee meets at 6:30pm, 420 10th Street, SE.

Tuesday, January 5

  1. ANC6C Parks and Events Committee is scheduled to meet at 7:00pm at Capitol Hill Medical Center/Kaiser Permanente, 700 Second Street, NE (2nd & G NE).

Agenda not available at press time.

  1. The Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC) Finance Committee will meet at 7:00pm in the North Hall of Eastern Market.

Agenda

Discussion of the budget, the financial statement and the need for a long term reserve fund.

Wednesday, January 6

  1. ANC6C Planning, Zoning, and Economic Development Committee meets at 7:00pm, Capitol Hill Medical Center/Kaiser Permanente, 700 Second Street, NE (2nd & G NE).

Among items on the agenda:

418-426 C Street, NE  – Application of 418-426 Stanton Park LLC for concept approval for rear additions, penthouses and roof decks at 418-426 C Street, NE.

631 Lexington Place, NE – Application of Redux Properties LLC for concept approval for attic expansion and new basement entrance at front of 631 Lexington Place, NE.

301-331 N Street, NE (non-voting) – Informational presentation by Foulger-Pratt Development, LLC concerning its pending application for the consolidated review and approval of a Planned Unit Development and related zoning map amendment for the property known as 301-331 N Street, NE.  The related Map Amendment proposes to rezone the site from the C-M-1 Zone District to the C-3-C Zone District.  The applicant seeks to create a mixed-use residential and commercial project with a significant historic preservation component, consistent with the goals of the D.C. Comprehensive Plan. The project will create approximately 370 residential units, approximately 175 hotel rooms, office space, and ground floor retail. The project will contain an approximate FAR of 6.68 and will have heights of 110 and 120 feet.  As part of this project, the Applicant proposes to retain and rehabilitate a historically significant building, possibly improve N Street in front of the subject property, and promote arts and arts-related uses.

301 Florida Avenue, NE – Application of 301 FL Manager LLC for consolidated review and approval of a Planned Unit Development and related zoning map amendment to rezone the Property from the C-M-1 District to the C-3-C District. The Property is currently improved with a one-story building and associated surface parking, surrounded by a variety of uses including low- to high-density residential, industrial warehouses, and commercial uses.  Applicant proposes to raze the existing building to build a mixed-use building composed of retail and residential uses. The PUD will have a density of approximately 7.57 floor area ratio (“FAR”) and will include a total of approximately 66,010 square feet of gross floor area. Approximately 61,173 square feet of gross floor area will be devoted to residential use (approximately 56 units) and approximately 4,837 square feet of gross floor area will be devoted to retail use.

  1. ANC6B’s Transportation Committee meets at 7:00pm in Hill Center.

Among items on the agenda:

DDOT Southeast Boulevard Feasibility Study Draft Report: Jonathan Rogers, DDOT

DDOT Proposed “Vision Zero” Rulemaking

3. ANC6B Commissioners Chander Jayaraman and Denise Krepp host a community meeting on the 7-11 coming to the 15th and Independence Avenue, SE, intersection.  7:00pm at St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 1901 Independence Avenue, SE.

4.  PSA #106 meets at 7:00pm with Lt. Avery at Arthur capper Senior Public Housing, 900 5th Street SE, Community Room (Just walk straight through past the security desk, through the courtyard and to the community room).

Thursday, January 7

  1. ANC 6B Planning and Zoning Committee meets outside of its regularly scheduled first Tuesday meeting. The meeting will be as usual at 7:00pm at St. Coletta’s of Greater Washington.  (The committee will return to its standard meeting day (Tuesday) in February.)

Among items on the agenda:

655 C Street, SE, concept/infill, dogleg, addition to garage

240 Kentucky Avenue SE, concept/rear addition.

The Furies Collective Building (219 11th Street, SE), historic designation.

325 5th Street, SE. Motion for Reconsideration by Parties in Opposition Robert A. Shelton and Mark Flynn. BZA hearing: January 19, 2016

1330-1336 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. Request to Reopen the Record. William Wooten, (abutting neighbor). BZA hearing: not yet scheduled.

801 Virginia Avenue SE, driveways (close existing; open new), landscaping, utilities excavation, building projections, paving new driveway, etc. Nathan Hamman, Northfield Development. PSC Hearing: January 28, 2016

516 Archibald Walk, SE, construction of existing tree house.

Raze Permits for 1341, 1345, 1347, and 1349 K Street, SE.

1401 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE PUD, Memorandum of Understanding and ANC 6B Testimony.

  1. ANC 6C Transportation and Public Space Committee meets at 7:00pm at Capitol Hill Medical Center/Kaiser Permanente, 700 Second Street, NE (2nd & G NE).

Among items on the agenda:

NoMa Circulator Route – DDOT is proposing to add a new Circulator route to serve the NoMa area. The route has not been chosen (not even the destination!), and they are looking for public input. Details of the proposal, including possible routes, can be found at http://www.dccirculator.com/explore/improvements-and-projects/noma-study/.

Prostitution on K Street, NE.  Residents have sent a petition to the Mayor to address the ongoing prostitution issues along K Street, NE. The contents of the letter will be discussed, and Lt. Cullen from MPD will be present to answer questions about the police’s efforts in combatting this issue.

Planned Parenthood (1200 block 4th Street, NE) – construction in public space.  Planned Parenthood is redeveloping the warehouse next to Two Rivers Charter School and will be presenting their project and public space elements of the new facility. Discussion will focus on curb cuts, sidewalk design, parking signage, and landscaping. The applicant presented to the ANC in October and is returning to address comments.

301 K Street, NE – curb cut and driveway in public space.  Owners of a residential property (two-unit condo) at the corner of 3rd and K Street, NE are looking to widen existing curb cut on 3rd Street, and install a driveway in public space.

  1. PSA 107 meets at 7:00pm in Southeast Library, lower level, with Lt. Eddie Fowler.
  1. Friends of Southeast Library (FOSEL) meet at 5:30pm, Southeast Library, lower level.

Friday, January 8

  1. ANC6B Commissioners Denise Krepp and Chander Jayaraman host a community meeting on the proposed Andromeda Clinic proposed for 15tt and South Carolina Avenue, SE.  7:00pm at St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 1901 Independence Avenue, SE.

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  1. muskellunge

    Welcome back Las Placitas!