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This new building will exist on largely vacant land that has been used as gameday parking. Two unoccupied houses will be razed. Delivery in late 2023 with 2024 move-in.
Fully built out, the Stacks is expected to offer 2,000 multifamily units, 80,000 square feet of retail, two hotels, office space, and open space — all served by below-grade parking. The first phase buildings delivery by early 2025.
This 2-block development from the Steuart Investment Company will be between the new South Cap traffic oval and the Anacostia River. Phase 1 is expected to have a grocery store and leave space for possible future metro station entrance. Est delivery 2025.
DC United has partnered with PN Hoffman and Volunteers of America on a development that will include both a 100% affordable senior building, larger more traditional apartment building, and headquarters for Volunteers of America.
Bordering Buzzard Point to the north along M St and Delaware Ave, including King-Greenleaf Rec Center, Greenleaf is a collection of older affordable housing units slated for redevelopment by DCHA. Delivery timeline TBD.
The National Park Service is responsible for a large portion of the Anacostia shoreline in Buzzard Point. They have chosen a concept that connects BPoint and Navy Yard, but there is no timeline for construction.
MDL Phase 2 is pictured in foreground with the new MDL first phase that's complete in background.
1319 South Capitol Street will be an an apartment building with renovated business row (for the properties they own).
The Moxy, a half hotel and half apartment building, with ground floor market has pulled raze permits for the old car repair building on its site
1301 at right. 1319 at left.
Initial renderings for Parcel B that would begin construction in 2022.
Greenleaf, stretching north and south of M street, comprises several aging complexes for low-income families and seniors. DCHA is undergoing a multi-year process of rebuilding and reimagining the land use.