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Armed Forces Retirement Home

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Armed Forces Retirement Home, from most recent to least.

3,000 Units + 20 Acres of Open Space: The Development of DC's Armed Forces Home Gets Key Approval

3,000 Units + 20 Acres of Open Space: The Development of DC's Armed Forces Home Gets Key Approval

UrbanTurf Staff | June 2nd

The National Capital Planning Commission approved a critical amendment of the final master plan for the sprawling new development on Thursday.... read»

The Massive Development at DC's Armed Forces Home Looks to Get Key Approval in June

The Massive Development at DC's Armed Forces Home Looks to Get Key Approval in June

UrbanTurf Staff | May 16th

The National Capital Planning Commission will consider approval of the final master plan for the sprawling new development at its early June meeting.... read»

3,000 Units and 20 Acres of Open Space: The Development Plans at the Armed Forces Retirement Home

3,000 Units and 20 Acres of Open Space: The Development Plans at the Armed Forces Retirement Home

Nena Perry-Brown | September 9th 2021

As the Armed Forces Retirement Home works to update its master plan, details about a development on 80 acres of the campus are coming into focus.... read»

Development Team Selected for 4.3 Million Square Feet at Old Soldiers' Home

Development Team Selected for 4.3 Million Square Feet at Old Soldiers' Home

Nena Perry-Brown | November 4th 2019

The mixed-use development would occupy 80 acres of the campus off North Capitol and Irving Streets NW.... read»

15 Acres of Residences Off North Capitol: The Vision for the Armed Forces Retirement Home

15 Acres of Residences Off North Capitol: The Vision for the Armed Forces Retirement Home

Nena Perry-Brown | May 25th 2018

Eighty acres of the Armed Forces Retirement Home campus are being put up for mixed-use redevelopment. Here's what it will encompass.... read»

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