SW Ecodistrict Virtual Press Kit

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The SW Ecodistrict Initiative: Virtual Press Kit

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Final Plan

SW Ecodistrict Plan [PDF 9.8 MB]

Related Documents

Plan Summary Handout [PDF 677 KB]

Executive Director's Recommendation to the Commission [PDF 2.1 MB]

Press Release - January 10, 2013

Powerpoint Presentation - January 10, 2013 [PDF 2.1 MB]

Mentions

GSA Chief: Funding Boost Won’t Reduce Urgency of Southwest Overhaul
Washington City Paper - April 10, 2013

In the Works: A Southwest BID
Washington City Paper - April 5, 2013

Livable. Walkable. Federal?
Washington City Paper - April 3, 2013

Ten Developers Respond to Federal Triangle South RFI
Washington City Paper - March 27, 2013

GSA Draws 10 Responses to Federal Triangle South Remake
Washington City Paper - March 5, 2013

GSA Receives 10 Responses for Proposed Redevelopment of Federal Triangle South
Ottawa Centre EcoDistrict - January 29, 2013

Federal Panel Adopts 20-Year Plan To Redevelop Section Of Southwest DC Into Prime Neighborhood
Washington Post via Associated Press - January 11, 2013

Wells and NCPC Approve Southwest EcoDistrict
Councilmember Tommy Wells Blog - January 10, 2013

Redevelopment Plans for Southwest D.C. Move Forward
Examiner.com - January 10, 2013

Final SW Ecodistrict Plan Approved
Southwest...The Little Quadrant that Could - January 14, 2013

DC's SW Ecodistrict Plan Accepted by Planning Commission
Urban Times - January 11, 2013

DC Ecodistrict Approved By National Capital Planning Commission
DC Urban Turf - January 11, 2013

Southwest D.C. redevelopment plan approved by planning commission
Washington Examiner - January 11, 2013

Images

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View from Mall towards southwest waterfront.
(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

In the future, 10th Street, SW will become an inviting civic corridor connecting the National Mall to the southwest waterfront.
(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

Regional commuters will experience an expanded L’Enfant Station that utilizes green infrastructure strategies.
(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

Reservation 113 will become the neighborhood’s central public space.(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

Banneker Park will become a nationally significant cultural destination.(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

The SW Ecodistrict in 2030 (Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

(Credit: Courtesy of NCPC. Image by ZGF Architects)

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