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A building permit application has been filed with the DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs for a project at 1100 First Street, SE--this would appear to be the 14-story, 260-unit residential tower being planned by Faison Enterprises at 1st and L. So it appears to be moving forward....
More posts: Onyx, Square 743N
 

(Still a day or so behind on news, should be back to business as usual tomorrow) Another article from the Post ("Battle Brews for Control of Stadium Project") detailing the war of wills between the city and the new Nationals ownership group over the parking garages on the ballpark site. The most interesting part of the article is toward the end, a discussion of how Forest City Washington and Western Development Corporation have supposedly pledged $70 million to the city in return for development rights on the stadium property (this had been news a long time ago), but that according to Stan Kasten the city and the developers missed a deadline to produce funding guarantees. This still might not be over.... UPDATE: Here's a press release from Mayor Baseball reiterating his support for putting the parking garages underground. Also, the Washington Times reports that the city council is probably not going to fund the Office of Baseball (but apparently the Mayor will try to find monies for it from other agencies.)
More posts: parking, Nationals Park
 




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