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810 new jersey avenue nw, washington dc, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

Dantes, Housing on Merit, Menkiti, Spectrum Management, and Bailey Real Estate
The Capitol Vista project at 2nd and H Streets, NW, was put out for RFP in April 2015. The property is a 9,653 square foot vacant parcel currently used as a temporary parking lot, and presents a unique development opportunity in the heart of downtown DC and the rapidly growing Mount Vernon Triangle, Northwest One, and NOMA neighborhoods.  The site is located on the same square as two federal reservations (Res 193 and Res 194), which are maintained as open park area.

The project was awarded to the development team of Dantes Partners, Menkiti Group, and Spectrum Management.  The proposal includes over 100 affordable rental units at 30% and 50% AMI, and a 3,200 sf ground floor retail space.  It will also include significant public space improvements.

Construction began on 10/10/2018, and is scheduled to reach Substantial Completion on 9/10/2020, with Final Completion expected within the following three months.
As of the July construction inspection, the project was 92% complete. Substantial Completion is projected for 9/10/2020, with move-ins beginning the following week.
104 104
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
21 83
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