Deputy Mayor Hoskins Announces Short-list of Respondents Competing to Redevelop 8th and O NW

June 4, 2014

Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Victor L. Hoskins announced this week that the District of Columbia, through the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has selected a short-list of four respondent teams to the Request for Proposals for the development of a District-owned parcel at the intersection of 8th and O Streets NW in Ward 6. The parcel is situated in the heart of the Shaw neighborhood, one block from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, within walking distance of Metro lines and nearby to numerous other public amenities such as the Kennedy Recreation Center.

“The District is pleased to have received proposals from such an established group of developers interested in continuing the revitalization of the Shaw neighborhood,” said Deputy Mayor Hoskins. “We look forward to engaging the community as we move towards selecting a winning team and closing out the solicitation process.”

The short-list teams are:

• A&R Development and The Urban Group
• Four Points LLC and The Warrenton Group
• Madison Investments and Audubon Enterprises
• Roadside Development and Dantes Partners

The shortlisted teams will present their proposals to the community at 6:30 p.m. June 30, 2014, at the Immaculate Conception Church auditorium, 1315 8th Street NW. A “best and final” proposal will then be requested from each shortlisted team before a final selection is made by the summer of 2014.

The District sought development plans that reflected the importance of the site to the surrounding community and that met the objectives of consistency with the District’s Comprehensive Plan for mixed-use transit-oriented development, high architectural design quality that maximizes density and is economically viable, a residential component containing affordable housing and neighborhood serving retail.

For additional information on the parcel and a copy of the RFP, please click here.

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