5 5E
1520 North Capitol St. NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20002

Urban Green, LLC
The Truxton Circle site is a vacant lot on the corner of North Capitol St, NW, and Bates Street, NW.  It is 4,982 square feet  and zoned MU-4.  The parcel was one of many lots transferred to DMPED's portfolio upon the dissolution of NCRC.  A solicitation for the parcel was released in April 2015 as part of DMPED's 2015 March Madness event.  Two development teams, the Urban Green-Flywheel-Upwall Coalition and Blue Sky Housing, LLC, submitted proposals, referred to respectively as the “CycleHouse” project and the “Lofts of Truxton Circle” project.
In February 2016, ANC 5E unanimously passed a resolution supporting the Cycle House development, listing many of the project features that they were happy to see would be part of the final product.  In March 2016, DMPED awarded the exclusive right to negotiate the project to Urban Green and Flywheel Development as CycleHouse LLC.

On November 13, 2017, the D.C Council's Committee on Transportation and the Environment and Committee on Business and Economic Development held a joint public roundtable on the proposed surplus and disposition of the Truxton Circle site.  The D.C. Council approved the surplus and disposition of the site on December 5, 2017.  

DMPED and the development team, Cycle House, LLC closed on the Ground Lease on November 27, 2019.
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