Four Seasons Residences Overview


The former West Heating Plant at 1051-1055 29th Street NW in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC is being redeveloped as ultra-luxury condominiums. The project is sited on a 2+ acre plot directly behind the Four Seasons Hotel. The ‘Four Seasons Private Residences’ will be the newest member of the hotel group's international roster of elite properties.

Four Seasons Residences RCP view

Developer

Richard Levy, Georgetown Company of New York, Four Seasons as Georgetown29K LLC

Architect

David Adjaye

Landscape Architect

Laurie Olin, Olin Studio

Contractor

TBD

Status

In the pre-development stage.

Delivery

Estimated 2021

Pricing

TBD

Address

1051-1055 29th Street NW Washington DC 20007

Location

The West Heating Plant is located between M and K Streets in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC.


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Four Seasons Residences Project Details


The project transforms the West Heating Plant, a vacant steam heat facility on a blighted site, into a Four Seasons-managed luxury condominium property offering 60-70 residences. Redevelopment includes an adjacent one-acre public park and bridge connecting Rock Creek Park with the Georgetown Waterfront. The project also includes a bridge providing a direct pedestrian and bicycle connection between Rock Creek Park, the Georgetown Waterfront Park, and the Crescent Trail as well as access to the waterfront and the refurbishment of the dilapidated seawall along Rock Creek.

Community Engagement


GSA and HPRB documentation and representative local print coverage for the West Heating Plant 'Four Seasons Residences' project.

HPRB Action Regarding Project Design Following Historic Preservation Designation April 26 2018

HPRB Review Historic Preservation Recommendation April 2015

HPRB Review Board Hearing April 2018

Additional press on HPRB Review Board Hearing April 2018

DCRA Zoning Determination Letter

Old Georgetown Board OG Submissions

GSA Auction Announcement


Floor Plans


Floor plans for West Heating Plant 'Four Seasons Residences' have not yet been released. Contact us for updates. Development and MRIS information on this site is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Square footage and other details are as represented by sellers, their representatives and/or developers.

Four Seasons Residences Design Details


Interior design details for West Heating Plant 'Four Seasons Residences' are not yet available. Please check back for updates.

The exterior design of Four Seasons Residences retains and preserves approx. 30% of the existing heating plant structure. The preservation strategy includes:

  • Preserving and restoring most of the monumental western façade on 29th Street
  • Preserving the rusticated brick ‘quoining’ on the western façade
  • Maintaining the height, bulk, and mass of the existing structure
  • Preserving and restoring the stone wall surrounding the site’s perimeter
  • Preserving the ashlar rubble stone base present on the existing structure

The concept design employs an innovative metal façade system that is inspired by the existing plant’s structural steel framing system. The park will feature design elements and an installation that celebrate the site’s history, including its use as the dry dock for the C&O Canal as well as its more recent history as the site of a coal-fired steam heat plant. Olin’s signature water feature evokes the memory of the plant’s coal conveyer system and a series of canal locks. Additionally, the design features materials that provide references to the historic dry dock, machinery in the plant’s coal yard, and industrial Georgetown.The project includes the creation of a one-acre park where the West Heating Plant’s walled-off coal yard is located. The park creates an important link between Georgetown Waterfront Park and Rock Creek Park and helps realize the National Capital Planning Commission’s 1987 approved plan for the Georgetown Waterfront Park linking the waterfront with the C&O Canal and Rock Creek parks.

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