Posts Tagged ‘anc 2c’

Why Shiloh Baptist Church Hangs On to Those Vacant Properties

The one that got away.

Shiloh Baptist Church hasn't made many friends in Shaw by keeping a string of five properties on 9th Street NW north of P Street—now prime real estate in the fast-changing neighborhood—vacant for about a decade. The neighbors might not even mind as much if the church were at least open about [...]

Valor Development’s On a Roll, Plans 66 Units in Shaw

Valor Development has been banging out projects left and right over the past year, with new things underway and planned in Tenleytown, Logan Circle, Columbia Heights, and Capitol Hill. Now, it's hoping to add Shaw to the list, with a proposal for 66 condos on P Street NW between 7th and Marion Streets, on what's [...]

ANC Results of Note

Now that the dust has settled over at BOEE–all you teeth-gnashing overnight should have just gone to bed and waited for the morning, honestly!–let's look at some of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission races that have been relevant to Housing Complex's world (this isn't comprehensive–if I haven't mentioned a race, that doesn't mean it's not important).
In [...]

Community Leaders Reject Dramatically Scaled-Back Plans for 7th and R

In 2007, it looked like two long-debated empty lots right next to the Shaw metro station could finally see some action, as the city pulled together a deal with developers and anchor tenant Radio One to build offices on one plot and affordable housing on the other.
Three years later, the office project—also known as Parcel [...]