7 7F
1900 Massachusetts Avenue Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20003

Donatelli Development and Blue Skye Development
1. April 2013: Project awarded to Donatelli/Blue Skye Development
2. Dec. 2014: Disposition approved by Council
3. March 2, 2015: Land Disposition Agreement signed by Mayor Bowser

Development Program:
        - 362 total apartment units (131 total affordable units which includes 100 PHS units)
        - 25,678 sq. ft retail
        - 156 parking spots for retail and apartments
        - Green space: Community Village Square
1. Groundbreaking occurred on May 4, 2018. 
2. Developer started excavation On Parcel G-1 in July, 2018 and started concrete work in September 2018. 
3. DDOT Phase 1 road infrastructure construction entailed excavation, grading and wet utility work (for DC Water). Phase 1 commenced in August 2018 and finished in March 2019. 
4.  DDOT Phase 2 infrastructure work entailed dry utilities like Pepco, Verizon and Washington Gas which were performed by the utility companies directly. Work commenced in April 2019, was expected to take 6 months and finished in the winter of 2019.
5. In April 2019, DMPED submitted a Street Closing Legislation to the Council for Street Naming and opening for Phase 1 development and entire Hill East in accordance with the Hill East Master Plan
6. DDOT commenced Phase 3 road infrastructure which includes the final finish of the streets in the winter of 2019. DDOT finished Phase 3 6/30/20
7. Delivery/installation of the first 89-unit meter group for PEPCO is complete. Scheduling second meter group
8. WG meter installations continue and are completed on LL and mid-levels.
9. Masons completed the last major elevation and are working on the facade at the 20th Street Entrance
10. Cast Stone re-started on the main entrance facade after weeks of delay on material shipment
11.  Rooftop green roof installation started
12. Rough-in work, close-in inspections and drywall continue on upper floor levels of the building
13. Developer intends to complete construction on Parcel G-1 by Fall 2020. 
14. On November 19, 2019 Council approved the PSH/LRSP contract on Parcel-F-1 for 100 PHS units. 
15. With the approval of the DD set of drawings, the developer has entered the CD phase and anticipates the approval of construction drawings end of fall 2020
16. Anticipated Groundbreaking on Parcel F-1 by September 2020.

362 231 131
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
115 16
371,097 25,678 156
1. First Source executed
2. CBE Agreement executed
3. Construction material from DC vendors approx. $12M
4. $718,800 in DC vendor construction sales taxes
5. $826,800 in recordation taxes
6. 60+ new permanent jobs (did not indicate how many DC jobs)
7. 60+ construction jobs
8. $173,750 in annual income taxes from retail jobs
9. $270,810 in annual property taxes
10. $878,250 in annual retail sales taxes
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