Waterfront Station Parcel
Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Waterfront Station Parcel, from most recent to least.
Nena Perry-Brown | December 13th 2021
Six years after DC selected a development team for the city-owned open space on Fourth Street SW, Waterfront Station II is officially breaking ground.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | February 20th 2019
Nearly six months after a PUD was approved for two of the last remaining Waterfront Station sites, the development is being appealed.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | March 19th 2018
In advance of a zoning hearing, more details have emerged for the two buildings at 4th and M Streets SW.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | January 9th 2018
Last night, PN Hoffman presented plans for the Waterfront Station II development, the last of eight adjacent parcels to seek zoning approval.... read»
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Nena Perry-Brown | August 21st 2017
In May, Forest City applied to modify the use of the remaining two sites at the Waterfront Station development along 4th and M Streets SW from office ... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | March 8th 2017
Two years after UrbanTurf noted a regional trend of proposed and pre-existing office buildings being converted into residential projects, the trend re... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | February 14th 2017
Last night, the ANC 6D voted to support Forest City Washington's plans to apply for a PUD extension for two buildings at Waterfront Station. However, ... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | March 28th 2016
The developers proposed a mixed-use project for the parcel at 1000 4th Street SW that will include apartments, a black box theater and 22,500 square f... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | October 20th 2015
The proposal led by PN Hoffman includes plans for rental apartments, a black box theater, artist spaces and 22,500 square feet of retail.... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | September 11th 2015
A look at the shortlisted proposals for one of the most coveted parcels in Southwest. ... read»
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