HPA No. 2006-195 (In re. The Palm Restaurant)
- HPA Number: 2006-195
- Case Name: In the Matter of The Palm Restaurant
- Location of Property: 1225 19th Street, N.W.
- Date of Decision: 1/5/07
- Type of Case/Type of Permit Sought: Construction Permit
- Disposition: Withdrawn
- Date of Case Summary: 5/4/07
Summary of Decision:
The Palm Restaurant (the " Applicant ") sought a construction permit and a public space permit to construct a sidewalk enclosure immediately contiguous to the subject property (operated as a restaurant). The Historic Preservation Review Board (the " Board ") had denied the permit, on the grounds that the project would not be consistent with the purposes of the Historic District Protection Act of 1978. Applicant appealed to the Mayor's Agent, and while this matter was pending before him, Applicant notified Mayor's Agent that new proposed designs had been submitted to the Historic Preservation Office (the " HPO ") staff. The HPO informed Mayor's Agent that it had approved these revised designs, and so Applicant requested that the present appeal be withdrawn. The Mayor's Agent granted the Request to Withdraw Application, finding "there is no matter before him that needs to be decided at this time."
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