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Monroe Street Market Team Submits Revised Plans For Final Piece Of Major Brookland Development

A rendering of the final phase of Monroe Street Market in Brookland

The developers behind Monroe Street Market, a major mixed-use project that has helped revitalize the Brookland neighborhood, are moving forward with its final phase. 

Bozzuto, Abdo Development and Pritzker Realty filed plans with the Zoning Commission to modify the approved Block E of the project with 156 units and 23K SF of retail, Urban Turf reports

With the revised plan, designed by Maurice Walters Architect, the team added a second residential lobby, included more landscaped space and changed the color palette and materials. The team also seeks to reduce the building's parking component from 171 to 99 spaces, given the lower-than-expected demand for parking in the existing buildings.

The $200M mixed-use project's first phase delivered in 2013 just south of Catholic University and next to the Brookland Metro station. It currently features 562 apartments, 45 townhouses and 57K SF of retail. Its food and beverage options include Busboys and Poets, Brookland Pint, Chipotle, &pizza and Fox Loves Taco.

Monroe Street Market's plaza hosts the neighborhood's farmers market and contains dozens of artist studios that are open to the public for neighborhood events.

The final phase will be built on the southeast corner of the Monroe Street and Seventh Street NE intersection.