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Waterfront Station Parcel

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Waterfront Station Parcel, from most recent to least.

Waterfront Station Phase in Southwest DC Finally Officially Breaks Ground

Waterfront Station Phase in Southwest DC Finally Officially Breaks Ground

Nena Perry-Brown | Dec 13th

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»

Appeal Filed on 600-Unit Waterfront Station Development in Southwest DC

Appeal Filed on 600-Unit Waterfront Station Development in Southwest DC

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 20th

Nearly six months after a PUD was approved for two of the last remaining Waterfront Station sites, the development is being appealed.... read»

Community Center and Town Center: More Details Emerge for Waterfront Station in Southwest

Community Center and Town Center: More Details Emerge for Waterfront Station in Southwest

Nena Perry-Brown | Mar 19th

In advance of a zoning hearing, more details have emerged for the two buildings at 4th and M Streets SW.... read»

446 Units, a Theater and a Diner: The Plans for the Last Parcel at Southwest's Waterfront Station

446 Units, a Theater and a Diner: The Plans for the Last Parcel at Southwest's Waterfront Station

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 9th

Last night, PN Hoffman presented plans for the Waterfront Station II development, the last of eight adjacent parcels to seek zoning approval.... read»

From Two Offices to 604 Residences at Waterfront Station

From Two Offices to 604 Residences at Waterfront Station

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 21st

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»

DC's Trend of Office-to-Residential Conversions Continues

DC's Trend of Office-to-Residential Conversions Continues

Nena Perry-Brown | Mar 8th

Two years after UrbanTurf noted a regional trend of proposed and pre-existing office buildings being converted into residential projects, the trend re... read»

Office to Residential: Zoning Modification Could Bring 600 More Apartments to Southwest DC

Office to Residential: Zoning Modification Could Bring 600 More Apartments to Southwest DC

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 14th

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»

443 Apartments and a Black Box Theater: DC Selects PN Hoffman to Develop Southwest Parcel

443 Apartments and a Black Box Theater: DC Selects PN Hoffman to Develop Southwest Parcel

Nena Perry-Brown | Mar 28th

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»

ANC Supports Proposal For 443 Apartments, Black Box Theater at Waterfront Station Site

ANC Supports Proposal For 443 Apartments, Black Box Theater at Waterfront Station Site

UrbanTurf Staff | Oct 20th

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»

Apartments, Retail, A Black Box Theater: The 3 Proposals For Waterfront Station

Apartments, Retail, A Black Box Theater: The 3 Proposals For Waterfront Station

UrbanTurf Staff | Sep 11th

A look at the shortlisted proposals for one of the most coveted parcels in Southwest. ... read»

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