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Dc Housing Authority

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715 Units Proposed For Second Phase of Development for DC’s Sursum Corda Site

715 Units Proposed For Second Phase of Development for DC’s Sursum Corda Site

Nena Perry-Brown | March 21st 2022

The first two buildings at the redevelopment are nearing completion. ... read »

From 1,295 to 1,410 Units Proposed for Redevelopment of Greenleaf in Southwest

From 1,295 to 1,410 Units Proposed for Redevelopment of Greenleaf in Southwest

Nena Perry-Brown | March 7th 2022

The new plans will increase the number of affordable units on the site. ... read »

1,245 Residential Units and Major Renovations: The Final Plan to Redevelop Greenleaf in Southwest DC

1,245 Residential Units and Major Renovations: The Final Plan to Redevelop Greenleaf in Southwest DC

Nena Perry-Brown | November 24th 2021

The redevelopment will focus more heavily on renovations and eliminating moves off-site, starting with remodeling the senior building. ... read »

DC Housing Authority Identifies Preferred Co-Developer for Greenleaf Gardens

DC Housing Authority Identifies Preferred Co-Developer for Greenleaf Gardens

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2020

The DCHA Board of Commissioners voted down a resolution that would allow the agency to begin negotiations. ... read »

Raze Permits Filed for Park Morton for 2021 Groundbreaking

Raze Permits Filed for Park Morton for 2021 Groundbreaking

Nena Perry-Brown | August 19th 2020

The two-phase public housing redevelopment has spent the last few years in limbo. ... read »

1,100 Units, Retail and a Two Acre Park: The Latest Plans for Barry Farm

1,100 Units, Retail and a Two Acre Park: The Latest Plans for Barry Farm

Nena Perry-Brown | September 6th 2019

The Historic Preservation Review Board is expected to rule later this month on whether to grant landmark status to the remaining units at Barry Farm. ... read »

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