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1050 21st Street NW and 2100 L St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20036

Akridge / Argos Group / Ivymount at the Steven School, Inc.
The Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School is located at 1050 21st Street, NW.  The Stevens building was built in 1868 as one of the District’s first publicly funded schools for African-American children. The school was named for Thaddeus Stevens (1792-1868), a Pennsylvania congressman and prominent abolitionist who championed “free schools” for all. 

In November of 2011, a Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) was issued by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) in conjunction with the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education (DME).  The RFEI drew 6 development team and 6 educational-use team bidders from around the country that were interested in redeveloping the school.  In August 2012, DMPED selected the team of Akridge, Argos Group, and Ivymount with significant community support. Ivymount withdrew from the development in 2017, and the Stevens School building was retained by DCPS for renovation and use.

Ground Breaking occurred for the Stevens School project June 18, 2018.
The renovation of the Stevens School building is complete, and the construction of the new commercial building, 2100 L Street, is also complete. 

Jan 22 - 2100 L Street  is currently 60% pre-leased to law firm Morrison Forester and IT firm Updata with more letting in negotiations. 

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Rehabilitated historic landmark Stevens School for an educational use(s)
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