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Ward 8

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Ward 8, from most recent to least.

Nearly 1,000 Units + Retail: A First Look at the Second Phase of DC's Bridge District

Nearly 1,000 Units + Retail: A First Look at the Second Phase of DC's Bridge District

UrbanTurf Staff | January 9th

The two-building project will include approximately 825 residential units, 151 lodging units and about 24,400 square feet of retail near Poplar Point.... read»

Navy Yard to Ward 8, Kingman Park to Ward 6: Final Map of New Ward Boundaries Released

Navy Yard to Ward 8, Kingman Park to Ward 6: Final Map of New Ward Boundaries Released

Nena Perry-Brown | November 18th 2021

The DC Council Sub-Committee on Redistricting released the final map on Thursday.... read»

The Group That Plans to Give Ward 8 Residents a Seat at the Economic Development Table

The Group That Plans to Give Ward 8 Residents a Seat at the Economic Development Table

Nena Perry-Brown | March 1st 2021

In order to ensure residents of DC's Ward 8 benefit from development there, the Ward 8 Community Economic Development Initiative is planning for the f... read»

Mayor Proposes New Grocery Store Incentive for Wards 7 and 8

Mayor Proposes New Grocery Store Incentive for Wards 7 and 8

Nena Perry-Brown | January 27th 2021

As proposed, this bill would make it easier for grocery stores in Wards 7 and 8 to get a certain class of license to sell beer, wine, and spirits.... read»

DC Greens Plans Urban Farm in Ward 8

DC Greens Plans Urban Farm in Ward 8

Nena Perry-Brown | November 21st 2019

The effort is one of the latest plans to address food access disparities east of the Anacostia River.... read»

Name Aside, East End Grocery Incentive Program Appears Destined for Funding

Name Aside, East End Grocery Incentive Program Appears Destined for Funding

Nena Perry-Brown | June 17th 2019

Ward 7 councilmember Vincent Gray announced the availability of funds for a program to increase investment in grocery stores east of the Anacostia Riv... read»

East of the River Residents Aim to Reclaim Their Neighborhoods

East of the River Residents Aim to Reclaim Their Neighborhoods

Nena Perry-Brown | May 30th 2019

A conversation about whether to retain the East of the River moniker turned to one about neighborhood pride and who rebranding serves.... read»

Will the 11th Street Bridge Park Community Land Trust Soon Make Its First Purchase?

Will the 11th Street Bridge Park Community Land Trust Soon Make Its First Purchase?

Nena Perry-Brown | March 11th 2019

Three years after the idea of a community land trust was floated by the group behind the 11th Street Bridge Park, the trust could be making its first... read»

A Proposed Solar Array Would Deliver Power to Ward 8

A Proposed Solar Array Would Deliver Power to Ward 8

Nena Perry-Brown | January 25th 2019

GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic is proceeding with a zoning application which would pave the way for construction of a "Community Renewable Energy Faci... read»

Nine Acres, 15% AMI: A Steeply-Affordable Redevelopment Planned for Ward 8

Nine Acres, 15% AMI: A Steeply-Affordable Redevelopment Planned for Ward 8

Nena Perry-Brown | June 14th 2018

A proposed redevelopment in Washington Highlands would serve households earning an average of 15 percent of area median income.... read»

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