Posts Tagged ‘McMillan Sand Filtration site’

Save McMillan Park! Group Wants to ‘Exorcise’ District ‘Devils’ from Planned Development

Friends of McMillan Park battle for the District's eternal soul.

Zoning Commission Delays Voting on Contentious McMillan Park Plans

The decades-long drama over the redevelopment of McMillan Sand Filtration Center did not get any closer to reaching a conclusion Monday night. The D.C. Zoning Commission was slated to make a zoning decision on the 25-acre site, but instead opted to delay its vote until its Sept. 29. meeting so it could learn more about the proposed [...]

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Neighborhood Watch: Bloomingdale and the McMillan Sand Filtration Site

The Issue: Plans for the McMillan Sand Filtration site were unveiled back in December. As City Paper reported, developers Vision McMillan Partners want retail, over 1.000 units of housing, 400,000 square feet of office space, and 8 acres of green. But don't be fooled into thinking that its all done and hasn't been up [...]