6 6D
450 6th Street Southwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20024

CityPartners DC / Potomac Investment Properties, Inc. / Adams Investment Group / DC Strategy Group / Paramount Development
Brief Project History: E Street Development Group, LLC, a joint venture led by Potomac Investment Properties and CityPartners, was selected in 2009 through a competitive RFP process to redevelop parcels at 4th and E Streets SW and 6th and E Street SW, in Ward 6.  The redevelopment was planned to include building a brand new fire station for Engine Company 13 within a mixed-use building and a new mixed-use commercial project on the site of the existing fire station (see also 400 E Street SW). 

The Developer closed on 555 E Street SW after Engine Company 13 moved into its new facility at 400 E Street SW.  

Conveyance Details: The parcel will be subject to a 99-year ground lease.
Developer has commenced construction on the site.

Upon completion Project will include a mixed-use residential and hospitality building above ground floor retail. Project will include 30% affordable units and a unique Citizen M hospitality concept.

194 137 57
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
13 44
188,138 10,678 0 99,560 108
Commercial space set aside for DC Central Kitchen. DC Central Kitchen is a leader in reducing hunger with recycled food, training unemployed adults for culinary careers, serving healthy school meals, and rebuilding urban food systems through social enterprise. 
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