The draft agenda for the March 12 ANC 6D
meeting has been sent out (although not posted on their web site
as yet, alas), and there are a few Near Southeast items of interest: discussion and vote on an construction agreement (presumably between the developers and the neighborhood/ANC) for 1325 South Capitol Street
(the 276-unit residential project across from the ballpark
); a presentation on modifications being requested in front of the Zoning Commission to the plans for the office building at 100 M Street
(I don't know any details, will post when I find out); and a presentation on streetscapes at the The Yards/Southeast Federal Center
(ooooh, more hints of moving forward!). There's also a meeting on the planned Monument Realty project on the Randall School site at Half and I Streets SW (blissfully outside of my purview). The meeting is at St. Augustine's Church at 6th and M Streets, SW at 7 pm.
The 100 M Street
change is quite minor, according to Opus East, a result of actual construction drawings evolving from the original design drawings. I also hear tell that First Street is going to be widened at some point by DDOT, which means that 100 M and Onyx on First
won't have a wide/deep sidewalk along as originally thought. (I don't have any details on the First Street work.)
The ANC 6D report
in the new issue of the Hill Rag
has more details on the 1325 South Cap construction agreement as discussed at the February meeting, though I don't know whether it's changed or not going into tonight's meeting. It also says the project has 276 units, not 244 as I've been reporting.