9 Developments That Could Bring Thousands Of Housing Units To The D.C. Region
Construction is underway at The Parks at Walter Reed, the massive redevelopment of the 66-acre Walter Reed Army Medical Center Campus in Northwest D.C. The development team last year began demolition and infrastructure work, and earlier this year it broke ground on the first multifamily component, a 200-unit apartment building designated for senior and veteran affordable housing, expected to deliver in mid-2019.
The next phase, 390 units of combined for-sale and rental housing, is expected to deliver in 2020. The 3.1M SF development is ultimately planned to include more than 2,100 residential units, 150K SF to 250K SF of retail, 185K SF of office, a 200-room hotel, two charter schools, 116K SF of medical space for Howard University Hospital, 30K SF of arts and cultural uses and 20 acres of open space.
The Brooks has not yet been registered with the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). This does not constitute an offer to sell units and no units in the condominium can or will be offered for sale until the units are registered with DHCD. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of US policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. Prices, terms and features are subject to change without notice.