5 5D
1900 Gallaudet St NE, Washington, District of Columbia

Stonebridge Carras, The Jarvis Company, ProFish
The Crummell School Site is a 108,029 square foot parcel  in the Ivy City Neighborhood in Ward 5. The site is improved by the 20,000 square foot historic Crummell School building.

The Crummell School building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a designated DC Landmark.

In accordance with the Landrieu Act, the District issued a Request for Offers (RFO) for the Crummell School in 2011. No charter school was selected.  In 2012 a Mayor's Order gave DMPED the authorization to negotiate uses on the site, including redevelopment. 

The District released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the redevelopment of the site in 2016 and received three proposals. 

The RFP was a product of “OurRFP”, a Mayoral Initiative that incorporates community engagement early in the Request for Proposals (RFP) process.  Early engagement with the community ensures that the public’s perspective and priorities are understood in conjunction with the District’s goals when crafting and issuing the RFP. 

The District selected the development team of Ivy City Partners - consisting of Stonebridge Carras, The Jarvis Company and Ocean Pro Properties. Ivy City Partners’ bid consist of re-purposing the existing Crummell School for community and public uses; industrial, retail, and incubator space. The proposal also includes housing.

DMPED held surplus hearing for the land surrounding the Crummell School Site on July 17, 2017.

Joint Public Roundtable public hearing was held 6/27/18.

Interim recreational uses were constructed onsite in the summer of 2021. 

The Council provided funding to rehabilitate the historic school and DGS/DPR are proceeding with redevelopment plans.
The Council provided funding to rehabilitate the historic school and DGS/DPR are proceeding with redevelopment plans.
343 240 103
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
26 77
248,000 47,000 20,172 290
The Developer shall renovate the Crummell School Property for public uses or in accordance with the Scope of Work as required under the LDA.
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