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Matthew B. Gilmore

Penthouse changes for Zoning Case 14-13 — ZRR / Height Act

Not long ago it was reported: D.C. moves quickly to get Height Act changes on the books and NCPC included information here: http://www.ncpc.gov/heightstudy/ But it is up to Office of Planning to suggest text changes to the new proposed zoning regulations at the Zoning Commission.

For the new text from OP click hereEXHIBIT_2_penthouse_height

  • Applicant/Case Name :Office of Planning
  • Property Address :1100 4th St. SW, Washington, DC
  • Case Number :14-13
  • Case Status :Active
  • Relief Type :Text Amendment
  • Action Taken :
  • Case Description :Text Amendment – Rooftop Penthouse Regulations for All Non-Low Density Residential Development

FROM DC Office of Zoning.

Click this:


then enter 14-13; click Go.

One the new page click ‘View details”

On the next page on the upper right you’ll see:

Case Documents

here choose:
OP Supplemental Report
This is the text.




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