Revitalizing D.C. - The Next Phase
1150 22nd Street N.W.
When the District of Columbia was first mapped out, everyone thought the City would grow east and south of the Capitol. They had no idea how right they would be.
Between the new baseball stadium, the surrounding entertainment, retail and commercial district and other ongoing projects associated with the Anacostia Waterfront Initiative, we are about to see 15,000 - 20,000 additional housing units and more than 20 million square feet of commercial, retail and service-oriented space. That does not count the major new soccer stadium and other waterfront development opportunities. Southeast and Southwest Washington is the nation's hottest place to do business.
Please join us for in-depth discussion on sports, developments, waterfront business opportunities and the risks and rewards for your business.
The presenters will be:
John Mahoney (invited but not confirmed)
Chairman, D.C. Sports Commission-Soccer Committee
Soccer Stadium Updates
Skip McCoy, Executive Vice President
Anacostia Waterfront Initiative
An overview from the perspective of the Anacostia Waterfront Corporation
Director, D.C. Office of Planning
Views of the Office of Planning
Executive Vice President, Monument Realty
Land Use & Government, Holland & Knight
Co-Chair, D.C. Practice Group, Holland & Knight