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100-Unit All-Affordable Development For Seniors Proposed at Walter Reed
A new addition is in the works for the redevelopment of the Walter Reed campus.
Plans were filed this week with DC's Historic Preservation Office (HPO) for a 102-unit, all-affordable building for senior citizens on Parcel M at the Parks at Walter Reed. The proposed project will be a three-story plus penthouse building with below grade parking that will run the length of a city block at 1250 Dahlia Street NW (map).
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"The new building will be an age and income restricted building for older adults (62+ years)," the HPO filings stated. "The affordability mix will be consistent with DHCD requirements and the Mayor’s Age Friendly DC 2023 Strategic Plan with 30% of the senior units at 30% AMI and 70% at 50% AMI."
The BKV Group-designed development incorporates green roof areas and solar photovoltaic panels, and will have a variety of amenities for its residents. It will go before the Historic Preservation Review Board in the coming months.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/100-unit_all-affordable_development_for_seniors_proposed_at_walter_reed/20949.
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