D.C. seeks development team for $400M Barry Farm overhaul

 

D.C. seeks development team for 0M Barry Farm overhaul - Washington Business Journal

Hopefully we will hear more about other city agencies that will be engaged in the planning, programming and overall community development of this vastly important New Communities Initiative!

The D.C. Housing Authority has launched its search for a master planning and development team that will oversee the $400 million transformation of the Barry Farm neighborhood in Southeast.

Barry Farm, a New Communities project, includes 1.13 million square feet of developable area on 26 acres generally bounded by Firth Sterling Avenue, Suitland Parkway, Wade Road and the St. Elizabeths west campus. Within the boundaries currently are 432 units of low-income housing (in townhouses and apartments) all owned by DCHA, plus seven vacant lots owned by the District government.

via D.C. seeks development team for $400M Barry Farm overhaul – Washington Business Journal.

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