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The Wilkins Co. and Quadrangle Development Corp. plan to build Mount Vernon Place, a 14-story mixed-use development. The 365,000-sq-ft structure will include 324 residential units, 13,500 sq ft of retail and a 59,000-sq-ft underground parking garage. The building will include a rooftop deck with pool, club room, second-floor terrace, dog spa and fitness center. The design-bid-build project is awaiting zoning and planning approvals. The timetable for the project is undetermined. The Wilkes Co., 5101 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Ste. 200, Washington, D.C., 20016; Quadrangle Development Corp., 1001 G St. NW, Ste. 900, Washington, D.C., 20001. DR#16-00525053.

District of Columbia

Dantes Partners Inc. plans to build a mixed-use development on a 77,531-sq-ft site at Monroe Park. Plans include a 189-unit apartment building, 76-unit senior apartment building and eight three-bedroom townhomes. There will be 99 underground residential parking spaces and a new park south of the project. The design-bid-build project has been filed with the zoning commission. The schedule has not yet been determined. Dantes Partners Inc., 701 Lamont St. NW, Apt. 11, Washington, D.C., 20010. DR#16-00534584.


The JBG Cos. has proposed the construction of the Homeland Security Naylor Station office building in Temple Hills. The 598,400-sq-ft structural steel frame building will be six stories above grade. Preliminary site plans are under review and the design-build project’s advancement is awaiting approval. The architect is HOK, and Ben Dyer Associates Inc. is the civil engineer. The JBG Cos., 4445 Willard Ave., Ste. 700, Chevy Chase, 20815. DR#16-00528950.


Commercial Development Co. has proposed a passenger terminal on the former Evraz Mill site in Claymont. The First State Logistics Center would sit south of the Amtrak line along the Delaware River frontage. The site would be reconfigured for a 1-mile bulkhead and multimodal logistics center for port, rail and truck logistics. A new road from Philadelphia Pike and a bridge over the Amtrak lines would provide truck access. The proposal also includes rail spurs south from the adjacent rail corridor as well as related port facilities. The delivery method will be design-bid-build. Advancement is pending the owner’s decision to proceed. Commercial Development Co., 2 Mill Rd., Ste. 210, Wilmington, 19806. DR#16-00518492.


Dranoff Properties and the SBE Hotel Group are planning to build the SLS Luxury Philadelphia International Hotel & Residences on Broad Street. The 47-story tower would be the tallest residentially focused building in Pennsylvania, the team says. It will include 152 boutique hotel rooms and 90 condominiums. The building also will have a rooftop lounge, swimming pool and 6,000-sq-ft ballroom. A corner bar and restaurant and street-level retail will also be constructed. The project has received approvals, and the developer is awaiting state subsidies. Construction could begin in September. Dranoff Properties, 3180 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, 19104. DR#08-00640898.

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