Mayor Vincent C. Gray joined residents for this annual event featuring local talent, including choreographed dance routines and recited poetry. Resident leaders and service providers were recognized for their dedicated work in the community. DC Housing Authority Executive Director Adrienne Todman was among special guests were in attendance.
Lincoln Heights: Updates
Mayor Vincent C. Gray and Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Victor L. Hoskins were joined by Ward 7 Councilmember Yvette Alexander, other Councilmembers and dignitaries to ceremonially cut the ribbon on The Nannie Helen at 4800. The Nannie Helen at 4800 is a mixed-use
development that consists of 70 units of affordable housing, including 23 replacement units with a priority for Lincoln Heights and Richardson Dwelling residents. The development includes 1,800 square feet of retail space, a fitness center, community room and outdoor playground. Click HERE to read the full press release.