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Anacostia River

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Anacostia River, from most recent to least.

The DC Neighborhoods At Risk of Flooding As Early As Next Year

The DC Neighborhoods At Risk of Flooding As Early As Next Year

Nena Perry-Brown | October 18th 2019

The recent Comprehensive Plan amendments note the possibility of high flood risk along a tributary of the Anacostia River. ... read »

East of the River Residents Aim to Reclaim Their Neighborhoods

East of the River Residents Aim to Reclaim Their Neighborhoods

Nena Perry-Brown | May 30th 2019

A conversation about whether to retain the East of the River moniker turned to one about neighborhood pride and who rebranding serves. ... read »

A Look at the Plans For a Bridge Between the Arboretum and Anacostia Waterfront

A Look at the Plans For a Bridge Between the Arboretum and Anacostia Waterfront

Nena Perry-Brown | May 22nd 2019

A key site along the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail is inching closer to construction. ... read »

A Market Hall, a Memorial and Multi-Purpose Fields: The Short-Term RFK Stadium Replacement

A Market Hall, a Memorial and Multi-Purpose Fields: The Short-Term RFK Stadium Replacement

Nena Perry-Brown | January 6th 2017 | 2 Comments

On Thursday evening, Events DC presented its plans for the short-term activation of the site surrounding the soon-to-be-demolished RFK stadium. ... read »

The Near Southeast Development Rundown—Part II

The Near Southeast Development Rundown—Part II

Nena Perry-Brown | June 22nd 2016

UrbanTurf continues its updated look at what is in the residential development pipeline with another look at what is slated for east of South Capitol... read »

First Phase of 670-Unit Anacostia River Development Gets Approval

First Phase of 670-Unit Anacostia River Development Gets Approval

Lark Turner | February 24th 2015

The Zoning Commission unanimously supported the project on Monday night. ... read »

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