The eastern side of the beautiful Beaux Arts building housing WASA's Main Pumping Station, as seen from the Yards Park
Switching around to see the building's western side, in April 2010. (4/10/10)
The southern end of the Main Pumping Station, along with the newer O Street building, as seen from the new Yards/Teague connector bridge
on the Anacostia Riverwalk. (11/25/11)
More renderings of the proposed DC Water HQ, as seen from the Anacostia (left), the west looking east (center), and from the Yards Park looking west (right). Renderings from zoning filings. Click to enlarge.
An overhead rendering of what the current DC Water site could become when the many necessary steps are completed to hand over four acres of the DC Water site to Forest City for redevelopment that would include over 600 residential units and retail
. Note that both pumping stations would remain--the O Street building is at front right, shown with new construction on top but not the design that is moving forward.
Old building, N Place Southeast, yadda yadda yadda. (05/04)
Looking to the southeast from Tingey, standing at what is now the southern end of New Jersey Avenue. (05/04)
Informational signs on the new Yards/Teague Bridge about DC Water's operations. (11/25/11)
Looking at DC Water's O Street operations as seen from Poplar Point, across the Anacostia River. The new Yards/Teague connector bridge is visible as well. (1/8/12)