Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC2E) will meet Tuesday, July 5, at Georgetown Visitation. The evening will largely focus on plans for new construction and renovations, whether on roads, the Mall or local historic properties.
The ANC will open up the public comment period for a discussion on a proposed bakery at 1227 34th St., currently the home of . More details to follow on this after the meeting.
Yet another large will take the stage Tuesday as the commission discusses the DC Water Internal Joint Repairs Project. It is a two-phase rehabilitation of the 48-inch water main located on Canal Road NW and M Street NW.
Then the commission will consider a request from Furin's Bakery at 2805 M St. to increase the allowed amount of space used for non-residential purposes. Furin's seeks approval for use of the cellar, first and second floors of the current building.
Much of the evening will focus on an array of projects that will go before the Old Georgetown Board later next week.
First, Dumbarton Oaks is with an updated design based on comments received at the .
Tudor Place returns with updated plans after previously from the community. The plan presentation and ANC deliberations will likely be extensive.
Later in the evening, neighbors will learn about new alterations planned for the Georgetown Park Mall storefronts. The owners are also planning new windows and a new cooling tower.
And just a bit down M Street, Pinkberry will be taking the place of at 3288 M St. Their proposed sign scheme is up for review.
The owners 1328-1336 Wisconsin Ave. are proposing a one-story rear addition to the properties with a basement. The addresses are/were home to GT. Players, COOGI and Originals. The ANC will likely take great interest in an addition affecting so many adjoining properties.
The evening offers a full schedule, despite the sleepy holiday weekend prior.