Posts Tagged ‘Blue Skye Development’

Sole Bidder Gets Green Light to Develop Hill East

The stuttering progress on the development of the 67-acre Anacostia Riverfront site known as Hill East that has frustrated neighbors for a decade has finally yielded a winning developer—if only for a small portion of the site.
After a number of retractions and reissuances, the latest city solicitation for developers of two Metro-adjacent parcels on the [...]

Hill East Development Wins Approval of ANC Committee

The latest attempt at developing the Anacostia Riverfront property known as Hill East took a small step forward last night, with a committee of the local ANC moving to support the lone proposal to turn the property into a mixed-use development. The Capitol Hill Corner blog reports that ANC 6B's planning and zoning committee "agreed [...]

Renderings of the Lone Proposal for Hill East

For a host of reasons, the city's call for developer proposals for the riverfront site known alternatively as Hill East and Reservation 13 got only one response, from Donatelli Development and Blue Skye Development. On Wednesday, that team presented its proposal to neighbors who are frustrated by the slow progress on Hill East but grateful [...]

Developers Present Hill East Proposal to Frustrated Neighbors

After years of frustration, residents of eastern Capitol Hill finally have a proposal for development at the troubled site on the Anacostia River known as Hill East. But they're more interested in talking about their frustration.
Only one development team responded to the city's recent request for expressions of interest for Hill East—a partnership of Donatelli [...]

Building Industry Throwing Down for Unopposed Mary Cheh

Ward 3 Councilmember Mary Cheh has no declared opponent in her race for reelection. But the building industry has her back anyway: Next Thursday, the Associated Builders and Contractors of Metro Washington PAC, the DC Building Industry Association PAC, and the Apartment and Office Building Owners PAC will host a joint cocktail reception and fundraiser [...]

Dumpy Brightwood Building Gets $4.6 Million Makeover

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Today was the groundbreaking for renovations at this dumpy Brightwood apartment building, located at 6425 14th Street, NW. The structure has been vacant since the 1980s. Blue Skye Development is doing a $4.6 million rehabbing job, which will result in 26 units—14 of which will be affordable housing, according to a press release [...]

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