Ground Breaking of Sheridan Station Phase III
$94 million HOPE VI Project in Southeast Washington
Friday, September 27, 2013 10:30 a.m. Ground breaking ceremony with remarks by Mayor Vincent Gray and officials from the District of Columbia Housing Authority, the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency, and project lenders
Mayor Vincent Gray (confirmed)
Victor Hoskins, Deputy Mayor for Planning + Economic Development (confirmed)
Adrianne Todman, DC Housing Authority (confirmed)
Harry Sewell, DC Housing Finance Agency (confirmed)
Mike Forry, SunTrust Bank (confirmed)
Dan Metz, Wells Fargo Bank (confirmed)
Pam Askew, WC Smith – developer (confirmed)
Sheridan Station is the redevelopment of a vacant public housing site in Washington’s Ward 8, significant for the preservation of affordable housing. The project will provide 327 units of mixed income, transit oriented rental and for-sale housing built to green building standards. Financing for the development comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the government of the District of Columbia, and private lenders.
Phase I of Sheridan Station is the first multifamily development in the District of Columbia to achieve LEED platinum status. In 2013 the project was named Multifamily Development of the Year by the Washington Business Journal and received the U.S. Green Building Council’s Project of the Year – Homes Award of Excellence.
2625 Stanton Road SE, Washington, DC