This is formerly home to the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America.
1716 14th Street, NW
You can see some renderings here.
From the Mayor’s office:
“RL Christian Groundbreaking and Affordable Housing Update
Mon, October 2, 2017
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Join Mayor Muriel Bowser at the groundbreaking of R.L. Christian to celebrate record investments in preserving and producing affordable housing in the District. R.L. Christian is a new affordable housing development in Ward 6.”
3463 14th Street, NW
“Commerical/Residential Listing. Being Sold As-Is. Fully vacant. Commerical tenant on 1st level recently vacated.”
It’s going for $1,300,000. Remember the plans for Tinto?
STAY TUNED for the new plans.
courtesy The Wharf
From a press release:
“One month from opening, officials at Hoffman-Madison Waterfront (HMW), the master developer of the $2.5 billion, world class, mixed-use waterfront neighborhood The Wharf, announces opening day headliner The Bacon Brothers and more than 50 bands and performers that will help the city celebrate The Wharf’s Kickoff Celebration which begins Thursday, October 12 and runs through late Spring 2018 (with the opening of the restored and expanded 200-year-old Municipal Fish Market). (more…)
13th and Kenyon St, NW
Thanks to Sinead for sending. Updates when construction begins on likely new condos.
211 Elm Street, NW
From a press release:
“Howard University is partnering with Urban Investment Partners (UIP) and Neighborhood Development Corporation (NDC) to redevelop two former dormitories into residential apartments. The UIP/NDC partnership closed on the Carver Hall transaction on August 18th and subsequently finalized closing on Slowe Hall on September 1st. The partnership will renovate and convert the two structures into 162 modern rental apartments.
Howard University’s Real Estate Development and Capital Asset Management team issued a Request for Proposals in early 2017 and selected UIP/NDC after a highly competitive process that attracted several local and regional developers. The University will maintain fee simple ownership of the property through an innovative, long-term capitalized ground lease structure and will participate in the upside generated by the project over the term. The full project cost, including a capitalized ground lease payment and redevelopment, is $50 million. Negotiated terms include significant minority participation, ranging from equity partners to trade contractors. The agreement also provides scholarships and internship opportunities for Howard University students.
Rendering: George Washington Carver Hall
Located in the LeDroit Park neighborhood of Washington, DC, George Washington Carver Hall (211 Elm Street, NW) and Lucy Diggs Slowe Hall (1919 3rd Street, NW) were built in 1942 to accommodate War Department workers. For more than 60 years, the buildings have served as student dormitories for the University. Both are currently unoccupied. (more…)