6 6E
1336 8th Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

Roadside Development/Dantes Partners
In 2013, DMPED issued an RFP for development of the Property in accordance with District planning and economic development goals and objectives.  Based on the RFP process and selection panel review, the District selected a team led by Roadside Development and Dantes Partners (“Developer”) to develop the Property.  Based on revised project residential affordability requirements for District-owned land, District and Developer negotiated an updated project development program.

In accordance with District land use planning and economic development goals and objectives, the proposed development plan for the Property consists of mixed-use residential over retail development consisting of approximately 76 residential units, and approximately 5,400 s.f. of neighborhood retail space.
The disposition authority was approved by Council on 2/2/16.  The LDDA was then executed on 2/22/16.  The Project has received approval from HPRB and the Zoning Commission. Final PUD Order was issued and appealed, since then it has been approved. The 8th and O Congressional Review Emergency Declaration Resolution and Emergency Act, extending the disposition authority, was also approved. The developer has been seeking permits and finalizing financing to begin construction.  
Council extended DMPED's disposition authority to 9/15/20. Developer is updating budget and finalizing financing to close.
79 55 24
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
12 12
73,000 5,400 23
The Developer is contributing $100,000 for local marketing retail assistance. In addition, the proposed project accommodates 1,500 s.f. of space for the neighboring Immaculate Conception Parish Hall and also accommodates 25 replacement parking spaces at the adjacent O Street Market project to replace the existing surface parking utilized by ICC.
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