Posts Tagged ‘Anacostia’

It’s March Madness for Development, as Bowser Announces New Projects

Which development contract will be eliminated next?

After Historic Anacostia Facade Collapses, Neighbors Charge City With “Demolition by Neglect”

"They knew that it was decaying, and they didn’t do anything about it."

Gray Administration Taps Development Team for St. Elizabeths

The Ward 8 development could go down as one of the departing mayor's signature accomplishments.

The Plexies: The Winners and Losers in D.C. Real Estate and Development in 2014

The best, the worst, and everything in between in D.C. development news.

Anacostia Residents Protest Plan for Satellite Affordable Housing

When R. Donahue Peebles pitched a development concept for a city-owned parcel at 5th and I streets NW, he framed it as a win for everyone involved. The Mount Vernon Triangle would get a luxury hotel, condos, retail, and a renovation of two small parks. The city would get more tax revenue than from the competing proposals—plus [...]

Can Anacostia Plan Redevelopment in Advance?

Now that some growth is coming to the neighborhood, residents hope to manage it.

Busboys and Promises

The local cafe mini-chain signed a 20-year lease on a space in Anacostia, and plans to begin construction next summer.

Blighted Anacostia Building Reopens as Condos

The city's solicitation for development on eight Anacostia lots may not be returning any blighted buildings to productive use, but one nonprofit developer is. Today, affordable housing developer Manna officially opens The Buxton, a 24-condo project in an Anacostia building that's long stood vacant.
Manna took over the dilapidated building at 1700-1720 W St. SE last year [...]

Busboys and Poets Will Open an Anacostia Location

The long-rumored expansion east of the river will be formally announced next week. It'll be on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE.

City Looks to Unload 36 Vacant Properties in Wards 6 and 8

About a third of the units developed would be reserved for households making less than 80 percent of the area median income.