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Matthew B. Gilmore

Grant Circle Historic District Proposed

An historic district has been proposed for Grant Circle in Petworth. The application comes on the heels of an application to raze 16 Grant Circle NW.

Map of the proposed district:

Proposed Grant Circle HD

Proposed Grant Circle HD

Click here for pdf of the map of Proposed Grant Circle Historic District

Click here for the application: Application – Grant Circle Historic District [pdf]

Kent Boese covered a public discussion on the Park View DC blog:

http://parkviewdc.com/2015/02/25/historic-district-proposed-for-petworths-grant-circle/

 

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One comment on “Grant Circle Historic District Proposed

  1. dchistorystuff
    March 27, 2015

    16 Grant Circle NW: This detached single-family home will be demolished to four feet above grade. The property was acquired by 16 Grant Circle LLC in January for $800,000.It is the subject of a historic landmark application, but the Historic Preservation Office has recommended denial.

    http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/breaking_ground/2015/03/say-hello-to-ballpark-square-near-nats-park.html?s=print

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