More Details on the Bruce Monroe Bid

Plan from NDC/EYA proposal. Click image for fact sheet

And here’s more information on the Bruce Monroe development bid … again from the Washington Business Journal

Their follow-up article states:

“EYA and NDC submitted the only bid to redevelop the 121,825-square-foot parcel in the 3000 block of Georgia Avenue, former home to the razed Bruce Monroe Elementary School and current home to an interim park that many in the community don’t want to give up.

Bidders were required to submit two proposals, one with a new school and one without. .

The NDC-EYA venture names Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Architects as master architect and Bethesda-based Street Sense as the retail partner.”

A fact sheet listing the details of both options can be found here>>

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3 Comments on “More Details on the Bruce Monroe Bid”

  1. JacKDC Says:

    Looks good. I’m up for keeping it a park, but if this isn’t in the cards, then having some good retail and more market rate housing (mostly) sound like a good more.

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  3. […] temporary park. Despite modest improvements, the site continues to under-serve the community. Early development proposals in October 2010 in response to the city’s call for proposals went no where, and the property has mostly been […]


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