Barry Farm Redevelopment: Figure 1

Barry Farm Redevelopment

Barry Farm

Barry Farm Redevelopment

The majority of the 444 public housing units on the site have been razed to create 1,100 residences, including 380 replacement affordable units. Following the Historic Preservation Review Board vote, a product of the grassroots effort to honor the rich history of the site and its residents post-enslavement, the development team estimates the residence count will be reduced by 200 units. Pne of the five landmarked buildings is expected to become a museum celebrating Barry Farm, and the community is awaiting updated plans for the project that reflect the landmark designation.


Project type: Rental apartments

No. of units: 1100

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

Website: barryfarmredevelopment.org 

Architect: Grimm + Parker

Last updated: August 3rd, 2020


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


Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Leasing

First move-ins: TBD

Lease-up begins:   TBD