GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION
6 6B
261 17th Street Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20003

Joel Kelty, Don Tucker, Bruce Levin
The District of Columbia purchased the property in 2010.  In 2016 the property was transferred to the Deputy Mayor for Economic Development (DMPED) portfolio for redevelopment. The project went through the District's  OurRFP process. The District released the RFP in April 2017 with a submission deadline of July 31 2017. Two team responded to the RFP--Capital Hill CoHousing and Morningstar Community Development. The District selected Capital Hill CoHousing, LLC  as the winners of the RFP process.
DMPED is currently reviewing  Capitol Hill Cohousing team latest development plan.

PROJECT DETAILS
31 20 11
Affordability Levels (% of Area Median Income)
6 5
54,876
54,876 15
Community space (approximately 1,000 SF) that is available to residents and the public.
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