Bernstein Management Corporation presented updated renderings and plans for the renovation and modernization of 4250 Connecticut Avenue at the June 19th meeting of ANC 3F.
CEO Josh Bernstein, accompanied by the architect, landscape designer and lawyer, was also asking the ANC to review and vote on Bernstein’s application for the modifications. It did so.
Bernstein is seeking a “modification of consequence” to a 1980 PUD agreement. The DC Zoning Commission is scheduled to take it up at its July 9th meeting. There is no formal hearing for public testimony, but the public has had opportunities to comment at two ANC meetings and two community meetings.
The ANC’s resolution recommends that the DC Zoning Commission include in its findings and order:
Bernstein purchased 4250 Connecticut from Fannie Mae in 2016. The developer would like to begin work as soon as Fannie Mae moves out in November. The upper floors will remain office space, and the ground floor will continue to be used for retail.