Thanks to a number of readers for sending these updates. First for Ft. Totten from the Washington Post:
“The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation received final approval Monday night from the D.C. Zoning Commission to move forward with its plans to transform the landscape of a Northeast Washington neighborhood by building a multimillion-dollar, transit-oriented development in Fort Totten.
The foundation plans to build Art Place and Shops at Fort Totten — a project that will include housing, a grocery store, a children’s museum, a senior center, and cultural and arts space — on 17 acres it owns between the Fort Totten Metro station and South Dakota Avenue NE.”
And for Walter Reed from the Washington Business Journal:
“In the first solicitation, Fenty’s economic development team, headed by Deputy Mayor Valerie Santos, is seeking a consultant to help create a master plan for the site, including transportation, landscape architecture and historic preservation services.
Separately, the city is seeking a real estate development firm to provide a financial and technical analysis of redevelopment potential for the site. Both solicitations were issued Dec. 8 with a deadline of Jan. 8, 2010 and much of the work is expected to be done by the fall of 2010.”
Yesterday we noted the “new” Nixon Campaign Headquarters that sprouted in the old Caribou Coffee space at 17th and Pennsylvania Ave, NW. Thanks to all who passed on this alert…
photo by Trent Bauserman Thanks to Trent for sending around 8:30am: “Overturned car in Bloomingdale, 1st and Randolph”
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From an email: “THe Washington National Cathedral announced that it will replace its former Confederate-themed stained glass windows, which were removed in 2017, with racial justice-themed windows created by world-renowned…