Two new apartment buildings with 200+ units are going up on Connecticut Avenue. The similarities seem to end there. And the differences include the neighborhood response to each project.
The Washington Post reports on the contrast between the neighborly welcome given to the plans for the Saul Centers’ Van Ness Square, and the cool reception for Cafritz’s design for 5333 Connecticut.
The article quotes ANC 3F04 Commissioner Sally Gresham. Read it here: Split in public opinion for two Connecticut Avenue apartment projects.