Barry Farm Redevelopment: Figure 1

Barry Farm Redevelopment

Barry Farm

Barry Farm Redevelopment

Seven years after the Zoning Commission first approved a planned unit development for Barry Farm, and four years after an appeals court sent it back, the DC Housing Authority's 8-10 year redevelopment of Barry Farm appears to be going the by-right route. The overall development, straddling both the intersections of Sumner Road at Firth Sterling Avenue SE and Stevens Road at Wade Road SE, will deliver a total of roughly 1,000 residential units and 40,000 square feet of retail and cultural and community uses, including a museum component across a handful of preserved units to commemorate the history of the neighborhood. The residential breakdown will include 380 rental replacement units for former residents, 320 rental units for households earning 30-80% of AMI, 40 for-sale units for households earning up to 80% of AMI, and 160 market rate for-sale units. Preservation of Affordable Housing, and A&R Development are the co-developers with the DC Housing Authority.


Project type: Condos & Rental apartments

No. of units: 1,000

Types of units: One-, two-, three-, four-, five- and six-bedroom units

Website: barryfarmredevelopment.org 

Architect: Grimm + Parker

Last updated: May 23rd, 2022


Address: Firth Sterling Avenue SE & Eaton Road SE
Washington, DC  20020


Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Leasing

Delivery: TBD

Lease-up begins:   TBD