A police and fire station along U Street could be the future site of a major redevelopment.
At DC's March Madness housing event last week, a Request for Proposals (RFP) was announced for DC fire station 9 at 1617 U Street NW and the Third District police station at 1620 V Street NW.
The RFP, which will be released in the fall, envisions a new high-density, mixed-use development at the site that will include the existing police station and fire station.
The site, which sits just beyond the southern tip of Adams Morgan, is a few blocks east of the planned redevelopment of the Reeves Center. Two teams are vying to redevelop that site, but the choice of the winning team is moving along slowly.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-u-street-policefire-station-pitched-for-redevelopment/19449.
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