The agenda for Monday's ANC 6D meeting has been sent around (although not posted on their web site
, sigh), and it has a couple of Near Southeast items. There will be a presentation on the plans for the Waterfront Park
at The Yards, in advance of a May 29 Southeast Federal Center Overlay District
Review covering new structures that will be built to house retail pavilions at the park. There's also apparently a public space permit application from the Onyx folks at 1100 First Street for a fence along L Street, plus garden masonry piers and light fixtures. And the developers of the 250 M Street
office building are back again, after having not gotten very far at last month's meeting
with their request for support for a second-stage PUD modification at a May 28 zoning hearing
to increase the building's height (but not its square footage) from what was originally approved, since the commissioners wanted a new round of community benefits in return for their support, which W.C. Smith balked at given that the project isn't requesting to take any new amount of public space. We'll see if there were any negotiations since then. The meeting will be at 7 pm at St. Augustine's church at 6th and M streets, SW.