Plans Unveiled for New Five-Building Poplar Point Development in D.C.
Designed by HOK, the new mixed-use Poplar Point development in Washington, D.C., will be pedestrian friendly and accessible to transit.
Excerpted from Curbed DC:
At Poplar Point, between South Capitol Street SE and I-295, there are plans for a brand new five-building, mixed-use development. Currently, the site is largely unused, save for a few facilities managed by the National Park Service and the U.S. Park Police.
The new project is planned to bring 700 to 800 residential units (10 percent designated for affordable housing) to the area along with over 1.6 million square feet of office, roughly 50,000 square feet of retail, and 562 vehicular parking spaces and 672 bicycle parking spaces, according to UrbanTurf.
The developer behind the project is Redbrick Partners.