4 4A
6900 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20012

Hines, Urban-Atlantic, Triden
The site formerly known as the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, a Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC) property, was declared surplus in 2009 by the U.S. Army.  The District negotiated the boundaries with the Army and the Department of State in 2011, which allowed the District’s Local Redevelopment Authority (LRA) to complete a Reuse Plan and a concurrent Small Area Plan.  The District released a solicitation for a Master Developer in January 2013 yielding nine responses.  In November 2013 the project was awarded to the Hines-Urban Atlantic-Triden joint venture. The District is currently negotiating with the Master Development team.

Project Redevelopment Plans:  The redevelopment plan was developed over a multi-year, community planning process that informed the federally mandated Base Reuse Plan as well as the local requirements necessary to rezone the site through a  Small Area Plan (SAP). Both planning initiatives support a redevelopment plan includes 66.57 acre, 3.1M SF of mixed-use redevelopment including approximately 2,100 residential units (432 affordable), 2 charter schools, a town center with a large-format grocer and neighborhood serving retail, accommodations for homeless veterans and seniors, a non-emergency ambulatory care clinic, preservation of many historic buildings and 14 acres of open space.

Conveyance Details: Through an Economic Development Conveyance, the District has acquired title to the land from the US Army and also effectuated a 29-year ground lease with the developer at closing. Fee transfers to component developers will take place in phases over the lease term.

The Zoning Commission’s final action meeting took place on July 27, 2015, with a 5-0 vote in support of 8 uniquely designed Walter Reed zones. Legislation authorizing the acquisition and disposition of the property was unanimously passed, B21-474, through the Walter Reed Development Omnibus Act of 2015 on March 1, 2016. Council subsequently approved the Economic Development Conveyance MOA agreement in the summer of 2016.

During the October 26, 2016 transfer ceremony with the Army, the District of Columbia celebrated the creation of a new, 3.1 million SF mixed use development as envisioned in a multi-faceted, community-supported, planning process, including the Council-approved Walter Reed Small Area Plan and the federally mandated, Walter Reed Base Reuse Plan.
The Master Development Team is on site and has completed the first new utility infrastructure and anticipates demolition of the 1970's era hospital by mid 2020.  

Events that occurred since 2017 included:

* official groundbreaking for the Parks at Walter Reed
* new utility installation, 
* the start of demolition of the former Walter Reed hospital building.
* opening of Engine Company 22 (Georgia & Butternut)
* opening of DC International and LAMB schools for the 2017/2018 school year
* opening of Building 14, 77 units of permanent supportive housing for Veterans 2019

Upcoming 2020 activities to expect:

•    Spring 2020 – Complete demolition of Building 2 (1970’s era hospital) 


•    Spring 2020 – Groundbreaking for Building 17, S.O.M.E., 39 units of Permanent Supportive Housing 
•    Spring 2020 - Groundbreaking for Building IJ, The Hartley, 323 units of housing, including 32 units of Affordable Housing 

Ribbon Cuttings/Completions:
•    March 2020 – Housing Up (14M) 
•    Fall 2020 – The Brooks & The Vale (VU-C, VU-AB) 

Interim Activities:

•    February 2020– Freecycle & Community Yard Sale 
2100 1,668 432
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
114 139 179
1,945,000 212,000 502,000 148,000 438,400 3,400
The new Engine Co. 22 Fire Station ribbon cuttion was celebrated on 2/16/18. Located at the southeast corner of Georgia Ave & Butternut St, across from the main campus.  The fire station site was transferred to the District in December 2014 at no cost under a Public Benefit Conveyance through US Department of Homeland Security.  A groundbreaking event took place in Fall 2015. 

The overall Walter Reed development project is 3.1 million square feet mix of uses, including 432 affordable residential units (some of which are dedicated to formerly homeless veterans and seniors), 14 acres of open space and the preservation of multiple historic buildings and landscapes.
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