Plans to convert a North Old Town office park into a mixed-use space are headed to city review early next year.
TideLock Property Owner, LLC is looking at turning the Tidelock office park at 1033, 1055 and 1111 N. Fairfax Street into mix of residential and retail development. Plans submitted to the city indicate the developer is looking to convert the existing space and add new density rather than demolish and rebuild.
A development special use permit application describes it as a “three building conversion with a mixed use development of 234 multifamily residential units and approximately 6,594 square feet of retail and approx. 5,000 square feet of arts and cultural uses.”
Initial plans unveiled last year indicated that the developer hoped to connect the property more to the Mount Vernon Trail and offer a music venue that could be a “mini-Wolf Trap” for the area, Alexandria Living Magazine reported.
The application is scheduled to go to the Planning Commission at a meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 4.
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