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Map Amendment

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Map Amendment, from most recent to least.

Another Howard University Property Prepares for Redevelopment

Another Howard University Property Prepares for Redevelopment

Nena Perry-Brown | November 20th 2019

The university is seeking a map amendment for the site of its offices across from Shaw/Howard University Metro station. ... read »

A Zoning Hearing on Map Amendment for Georgetown Heating Plant Scheduled for Next Month

A Zoning Hearing on Map Amendment for Georgetown Heating Plant Scheduled for Next Month

Nena Perry-Brown | August 20th 2019

The map amendment would make development possible on the currently unzoned two-acre industrial site. ... read »

A Map Amendment Could Pave the Way For More Residential Development in Congress Heights

A Map Amendment Could Pave the Way For More Residential Development in Congress Heights

Nena Perry-Brown | August 12th 2019

The owner of two buildings on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue has filed an application to rezone the sites to allow for denser mixed-use development. ... read »

The Georgetown Heating Plant Condos Need This Amendment To Move Forward

The Georgetown Heating Plant Condos Need This Amendment To Move Forward

Nena Perry-Brown | March 22nd 2019

Nearly six years since the Georgetown adaptive reuse project was first floated to the public, the team behind this heating plant-to-luxury-condo... read »

Map Amendment Requested to Bring 85 Affordable Units to MLK Avenue

Map Amendment Requested to Bring 85 Affordable Units to MLK Avenue

Nena Perry-Brown | January 21st 2019

Masjid Muhammad would like to deliver an affordable mixed-use project down the street from Reunion Square. ... read »

Zoning Commission Approves Map Amendment for WMATA Headquarters

Zoning Commission Approves Map Amendment for WMATA Headquarters

Nena Perry-Brown | November 21st 2018

As the agency plans its move to a new location, the map amendment will allow by-right residential development on the site. ... read »

With PUD Appeal, Poplar Point Developer Turns to Plan B

With PUD Appeal, Poplar Point Developer Turns to Plan B

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2018

Another PUD appeal has led a development team to switch tactics. ... read »

Could a New Non-Profit Doom a Planned 16th Street Development?

Could a New Non-Profit Doom a Planned 16th Street Development?

Nena Perry-Brown | August 14th 2018

A group of local residents is applying for a zoning map amendment which would affect the future of the recently-approved development. ... read »

More Mixed-Use Development Could Be Coming to Fort Totten

More Mixed-Use Development Could Be Coming to Fort Totten

Nena Perry-Brown | July 17th 2018

More mixed-use development could be in the works for a major intersection near Fort Totten Metro station. ... read »

How a Map Amendment Could Bring Mixed-Use Development to Site of NoMa Rowhouses

How a Map Amendment Could Bring Mixed-Use Development to Site of NoMa Rowhouses

Nena Perry-Brown | May 29th 2018

The owners of a cluster of rowhouses are seeking a map amendment that could be the first step to a mixed-use development teased earlier this year. ... read »

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