4 4C
1125 Spring Road NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20010

Victory Housing/Brinshore Development
The 1125 Spring Road NW project is a product of Mayor Bowser’s OurRFP process that solicits community input early in the RFP process.  Early engagement with the community ensures that the public’s perspectives and priorities are understood in conjunction with the District’s goals when crafting and issuing an RFP.  DMPED saw over 125 participants in the first OurRFP community meeting held on April 9, 2016, and over 225 unique responses to an online engagement forum.  Over 100 people attended the follow-up meeting on June 2, 2016, where participants were asked to further refine their preferences for the development of the site.  The RFP for the site was released in June 2016 and nine development teams submitted proposals.  DMPED hosted developer presentations to the community of 7 proposals on May 25, 2017.  In July 2017, both ANC 4C and ANC 1A passed resolutions recommending the proposal by Victory Housing with Brinshore Development as their preferred choice.  In August 2017, DMPED awarded the exclusive right to negotiate the project to the team comprised of Victory Housing, Brinshore Development, and Banc of America Community Development Corporation.

The surplus and disposition legislation for the 1125 Spring Road project was submitted to the D.C. Council on January 4, 2018.  The DC Council approved the surplus and disposition of the property on May 1, 2018.

A map amendment application to amend the Zoning Map at the site from RF-1 to RA-2 was submitted to the Zoning Commission on December 15, 2017.  The Zoning Commission took final action approving the map amendment on June 11, 2018.
The Developer commenced rehabilitation of the historic Hebrew Home Senior Building in May 2020 and was completed in November with new residents moving into the building in December of 2021. Construction of the Family Building and the for-sale townhomes commenced in October 2020 and is scheduled to be complete by April of 2022.
185 36 149
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
39 93 14
222,114 144,400 77
The development, known as "Spring Flats," will transform a long vacant site into a mixed-income, transit-oriented, residential development with 80% of the units being affordable.  The historic Hebrew Home building will be rehabilitated into approximately 88 units of affordable rental housing reserved for seniors while another 87 rental units will be created in a new multifamily building that includes family sized units and approximately 58 affordable units.  The development will also provide opportunities for home ownership in this rapidly changing neighborhood through 10 for-sale, town-home style condominium units; 3 of which will be affordable.  Spring Flats will be LEED Gold certified and feature contextual, yet contemporary and sustainable design that includes a “green street� with innovative landscaping and improvements to 10th Street, N.W., and public green space around the site.
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