During their December 13th meeting, the DC Housing Authority (DCHA) Board approved the agency to submit an application to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the demolition and disposition of Park Morton. This application is a major step in the redevelopment process. Once submitted, it can take HUD as long as […]
Providence Place, a proposed development at 49th Street and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue, has received final approval of its PUD application from the Zoning Commission. This marks another key step in bringing 93 affordable units to the neighborhood, 35 of which will be replacement public housing for Lincoln Heights and Richardson Dwellings. Click here for […]
On December 11, 2017, the DC Zoning Commission held a set down hearing for the Planned Unit Development (PUD) application for Deanwood Town Center (Case Number 17-19). The Town Center will be located at the corner of Nannie Helen Burroughs and Division Avenue, directly across the street from the planned Strand development. The project includes […]
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In November, the development team for Park Morton gave an update presentation to the residents.
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On October 10th NCI hosted a community meeting for residents of Lincoln Heights, Richardson Dwellings and the greater Deanwood community about development projects with upcoming zoning hearings. A main goal of the session was to provide information to help residents engage in the DC Zoning’s Commission’s hearing and public comment process. See below for NCI’s presentation, as well as materials from the District’s Office of Planning regarding public participation in the zoning process:
• NCI Presentation
• Office of Planning – Planned Unit Development (PUD) Summary
• Office of Planning – Planned Unit Development (PUD) Process Overview
On October 13th NCI and our Ward 8 Works partners sponsored an information session on “Overcoming Criminal Background Challenges” to jobs in construction. Participants heard from the following:
- Public Defender Service of the District of Columbia (Tara Chen and Kirsten Hubschmann)
- GSA St. Elizabeth’s East Campus (Lajuan Stevens)
- Mayor’s Office on Returning Citizen Affairs – MORCA (Alicia Jackson)
- DOES Project Empowerment (Rodney Mitchell)
- Denard Hawkins, CCPrep Academy participant
On October 26th, the development team for Park Morton presented an update to the Steering Committee on the development plan, including process, next steps, and a review of the materials, amenities, and green/sustainability measures being thought about for the development.