GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION
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925 13th Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20005

Franklin School Development LLC
Named after Benjamin Franklin, this flagship school was part of the first comprehensive system of free universal public education in the District. The site was listed as a National Historic Landmark in June 19, 1996, a significant designation that ensures the preservation of major architectural features of both the exterior and interior of the building. The building has 33,000-38,000 sq ft of buildable space.

On August 21, 2015, DMPED announced that five development teams would have the opportunity to compete to redevelop the historic Franklin School through a Request for Proposals (RFP). All five teams previously submitted responses to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) issued on February 9th, 2015.  On October 16, 2015, DMPED received RFP responses from four of the five eligible teams.  On January 25, 2017, DMPED announced the selection of Ann B. Friedman and Dantes Partners to lead the redevelopment of the historic Frankin School. The proposed development will transform the historic space into Planet Word, an interactive language arts museum and education space.
Surplus and disposition resolution joint public roundtable occurred on September 20, 2017. Closing occurred on December 15, 2017. Groundbreaking was held June 4th, 2018. The building construction is underway and significant progress has been completed.
PROJECT DETAILS
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Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
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Mechanical/loading is ~2,350 NSF
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