Three different visions for the District owned parcel at Waterfront Station were presented last night at a community meeting held by the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development's office (DMPED). All three proposals contain multifamily buildings with unit sizes ranging from studios to 2BRs, ground floor retail, and a new private drive on the north end of the site, which are included in the stage one PUD approval for the site, but each team approached the proposed development differently. The developer teams that presented include:
- MRP Realty with Taylor Adams Associates, Blue Skye Development, McCullough Construction, Kettler and HOU
- Republic Properties with the Anacostia Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) and Bozzuto Management
- PN Hoffman with AHC Inc, Paramount Development, E.R. Bacon Development and CityPartners.
|MRP Realty's proposed building, looking southeast on 4th Street.|
|Republic Properties' proposed building, looking southeast on 4th Street.|
|PN Hoffman's proposed building, looking southeast on 4th Street.|
The public comment period will be open through October 9. For more information on the proposals, the slideshow presentations from last night’s meeting can be found here. Comments can be sent to Marc Bleyer from DMPED, the project director for the Waterfront Station parcel at email@example.com. Bleyer will be at a future ANC 6D meeting to take questions from the commissioners and hear their input on a preferred proposal. A decision will likely be made by DMPED by November.
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Renderings courtesy of MRP Realty, Republic Properties, and PN Hoffman