1812-1827 WILTBERGER

Holzbeierlein Bakery Warehouse Redevelopment

1812-1827 WILTBERGER

1812-1827 Wiltberger Street NW Washington DC 20001

1812-1827 Wiltberger is a redevelopment of the former Holzbeierlein Bakery warehouse to a mixed-use condominium integrating 41,00 square feet of ground floor retail and two levels of office space with nine residential units on upper floors.

Developer: Old City Development Group LLC (a Georgian Hospitality company)
Architect: PGN Architects
Contractor: Unknown

1812-1827 Wiltberger

1812-1827 Wiltberger Overview

1812-1827 Wilberger’s 15,000 square foot residential component will be distributed on the fourth floor (six units) and on the penthouse level (three units). Office space will take up floors two and three. The street level is dedicated to retail space and  nine surface parking spaces. The 2 story brick warehouse was most recently used as a distribution warehouse for food and vending machines. The project is located just a few feet from the planned “Cecelia” project at 608-618 T Street. The two projects largely transform the short block.

Community Action

An application was filed by the DC Preservation League to make the 1891 property a historic landmark.
Holzbeierlein Bakery HD Application

1812-1827 Wiltberger Mapped

The property is located in the center of Wiltberger Street, bordered by 6th Street to the east, 7th Street to the west, T Street to the north and S Street to the south. It sits opposite and diagonally to the Howard Theatre and one block from the Shaw-Howard University Metro station.

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