WASHINGTON, DC—Cohen Siegel Investors hassubmitted plans to the District's ZoningCommission for the first phase of its planned multifamilydevelopment at 1331 M St. SE in the Capitol Riverfront BusinessDistrict.


Although the firm has filed plans and drawings, the commissionis not expected to meet on the proposal until Dec. 1, according tothe Washington Business Journal.


The first phase totals 800,000 square feet and will be built ona nearly three-acre lot and is to include a 10-story, 218-unittower fronting M Street SE, with 67 underground parking spaces and44 surface spaces.


The entire project will feature three new residentialbuildings—connected 10- and nine-story towers, an 11-story,234-unit building, and a nine-story, 88-unit multifamily building.The multi-phased plan calls for 673 units and approximately 10,300square feet of ground-floor retail space.


Cohen Siegel is seeking the Zoning Commission's approval of itsfirst phase and conceptual approval of the entire project. Seestory in the Washington Business Journal.

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