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Scottish Rite Temple Dc

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DC Mayor’s Agent Issues Key Decision on 150-Unit Development at the 16th Street Masonic Temple

DC Mayor’s Agent Issues Key Decision on 150-Unit Development at the 16th Street Masonic Temple

Nena Perry-Brown | November 9th 2020

Over a year-and-a-half after the proposed apartments survived an attempted challenge, it has withstood another. ... read »

Scottish Rite Development Gets Key Approval As Extension of Landmark Boundaries Are Denied

Scottish Rite Development Gets Key Approval As Extension of Landmark Boundaries Are Denied

Nena Perry-Brown | May 24th 2019

A recently-formed neighborhood association had attempted to nullify possibility of development there by seeking extension of the landmark boundaries. ... read »

A More “Grounded” Look for DC’s Scottish Rite Apartments

A More “Grounded” Look for DC’s Scottish Rite Apartments

Nena Perry-Brown | March 6th 2019

Three months after the HPRB offered feedback on the design concept for the residences at Scottish Rite, the development team has a new design. ... read »

Historic Board Weighs In on Proposed Scottish Rite Residential Development

Historic Board Weighs In on Proposed Scottish Rite Residential Development

Nena Perry-Brown | December 3rd 2018

The much-debated development proposed for behind the Scottish Rite temple on 16th Street is not yet out of the weeds. ... read »

New Renderings and Details Emerge for Eastbanc’s Planned Adams Morgan Project

New Renderings and Details Emerge for Eastbanc’s Planned Adams Morgan Project

Nena Perry-Brown | April 5th 2016 | 6 Comments

Six months after presenting their initial plans to bring a residential project to the Scottish Rite site in Adams Morgan, developer Eastbanc has... read »

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