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Map Amendment

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Another Divine Nine Senior Housing Redevelopment Proposed For 14th Street

Another Divine Nine Senior Housing Redevelopment Proposed For 14th Street

Nena Perry-Brown | March 29th 2022

Another historically-Black greek organization is looking to redevelop one of its DC sites with affordable housing. ... read »

A Mixed-Income Development Could Replace Congress Heights Apartment Complex

A Mixed-Income Development Could Replace Congress Heights Apartment Complex

Nena Perry-Brown | March 2nd 2022

The development would include for-sale townhouses at multiple income levels. ... read »

A New Application Paints a Better Picture of 498-Unit Development Near the Wharf

A New Application Paints a Better Picture of 498-Unit Development Near the Wharf

Nena Perry-Brown | February 16th 2022

The triangular site houses a former Department of Agriculture building. ... read »

120 Senior Affordable Units Proposed South of the National Arboretum

120 Senior Affordable Units Proposed South of the National Arboretum

Nena Perry-Brown | February 9th 2022

A planned unit development application may be filed next month. ... read »

723 Apartments, Makerspace Proposed Next to Metro Tracks in Brookland

723 Apartments, Makerspace Proposed Next to Metro Tracks in Brookland

Nena Perry-Brown | January 25th 2022

The developer began sharing plans for the project in October. ... read »

A Move to Upzone a Stretch of Benning Road

A Move to Upzone a Stretch of Benning Road

Nena Perry-Brown | January 5th 2022

The upzoning would mandate additional Inclusionary Zoning units for developments along the existing streetcar line. ... read »

What’s Next for One of H Street’s Last Large Developable Plots?

What’s Next for One of H Street’s Last Large Developable Plots?

Nena Perry-Brown | November 18th 2021

A rezoning may be in the works for the AutoZone site. ... read »

101 Apartments and a New Dance Loft Proposed to Redevelop 14th Street Studio Site

101 Apartments and a New Dance Loft Proposed to Redevelop 14th Street Studio Site

Nena Perry-Brown | November 1st 2021

Two-thirds of the units will be affordable, and the development is aiming for net-zero status. ... read »

A Glimpse of the 80-Unit Affordable Development Proposed for a Shaw Block

A Glimpse of the 80-Unit Affordable Development Proposed for a Shaw Block

Nena Perry-Brown | October 6th 2021

The proposed development would be located across the street from the Wonder Bread factory. ... read »

Manna Aims to Rezone Shaw Block for Mixed-Use Redevelopment

Manna Aims to Rezone Shaw Block for Mixed-Use Redevelopment

Nena Perry-Brown | September 15th 2021

While details are scarce, affordable housing and family-sized units will be a major component. ... read »

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