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CAR to consider four new homes, two mixed-use projects

The agenda for the Tuesday, January 27, 2015 meeting of the Commission of Architectural Review includes a number of local projects:

  • 2807 E. Grace Street – Construct new box window and new rear porch
  • 3404 E. Broad Street – Construct new single-family residence (ABOVE)
  • 2818 E. Marshall Street – Restore facade, construct rear deck and balcony
  • 2300 Venable Street – Replication of historic cornice on storefront; install siding
  • 2813 M Street – Revisions to approved quadraplex design: two-story front porch
  • 320 N. 32nd Street – Construct new mixed-use development
  • 722-724 N. 23rd Street – Construct new mixed-use development
  • 607-609 N. 29th Street – Construct two attached single-family residences
  • 615 N. 29th Street – Construct new single-family residence

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2813 M Street
2813 M Street

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607-609 N. 29th Street
607-609 North 29th Street

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615 North 29th Street
615 North 29th Street

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13 comments

Lee 01/16/2015 at 4:18 PM

I really like the way they integrated the handicap ramp on the four-plex – I’m assuming it will look like a porch from the front? But the drawing for 3406 E Broad is really strange – needs more windows, or something!

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Stewart Schwartz 01/16/2015 at 8:37 PM

Lee: 3406 E Broad is an existing brick home from the 30’s by my guess. Others will know for sure.

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crd 01/16/2015 at 9:15 PM

@1 and 2, 3406 East Broad IS an existing building, but this proposal is for new construction at 3404 which is currently a vacant lot.

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Lee 01/17/2015 at 12:24 AM

LOL! I’ll have to drive by and see if it looks that odd in person (I’m betting it looks better in real life!).

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Laura 01/18/2015 at 6:43 PM

3406 looks MUCH better than the drawing. The drawing doesn’t show the porch nor does it accurately reflect the windows.

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Laura 01/18/2015 at 6:46 PM

The EPDM and TPO roofs on the 29th St projects, although not cheap, Will cheapen the look of these homes. Theses roofs should be metal.

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Church hillian 01/18/2015 at 8:38 PM

CAR needs to be more reasonable on their response times and frequency of their meetings if they want people to comply with their rules-

It’s really just not logical to do things on their timelines, with the exception of new construction.

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