Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan January 8, 2016 at 9:30 am 1 Comment

Yards Park in Navy Yard

Navy Yard Set to Become District’s Most Densely Populated Neighborhood — With 14 new buildings under development and 17 more planned, Navy Yard is set to become D.C.’s most densely populated neighborhood. [Washington Post]

First Mixed-Use Project Proposed for Buzzard Point — A development company has purchased a waterfront parcel of land between V, First and Half streets SW in Buzzard Point with plans for 90-107 condos and retail, the first mixed-use building planned for the area. [Washington Business Journal]

Southeast Boulevard Between Barney Circle and 11th Street Bridge Could Take 10 Years, $190 Million — The District Department of Transportation told ANC6B’s transportation committee that plans to build a road in Capitol Hill between Barney Circle and the 11th Street Bridge could take up to 10 years to build and cost up to $190 million. The plans also include underground parking for tour buses. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Buchanan School Project Takes Shape in Hill East — Developers Federal Capital Partners and Insight Property Group are planning to convert the Buchanan School at 1325 D St. SE into Buchanan Park, a community with 41 rowhomes and 41 condos. [Washington Business Journal]

Capitol Hill Wig Store Going Out of Business — Kay Wigs, which has operated out of a basement at 325 Pennsylvania Ave. SE for 14 years, will close for good at the end of the month. The store is currently holding a going out of business sale. [The Hill is Home]


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