More Information on The Vue & Georgia Avenue Development

The Vue, proposed by NDC for the southeast corner of Georgia and Morton

Following up on news a month ago concerning the Neighborhood Development Company’s (NDC) proposed development of Georgia and Morton Street, DC Mud has a post today covering The Vue development and other NDC projects that should be of interest to folks.


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7 Comments on “More Information on The Vue & Georgia Avenue Development”

  1. […] most recently announced project is Neighborhood Development Company’s (NDC) “The Vue” to be located on the southeast corner of Morton and Georgia Avenue. The third project, also […]

  2. michael Says:

    Is that a new Post Office or the same hideous hulk that we now have at that site? If it is new could we get something more open and inviting and architecturally interesting than a blank wall and a security door?

    • Kent Says:

      It’s the same post office. It will be incorporated into the new building and the entrance is to be moved to the front. I’m not sure what other changes will be made to it at this time.

  3. […] The Vue (Morton & Georgia) — 8% affordable (approx. 9 units affordable, 103 units market rate) […]

  4. […] be a busy year. In addition to work wrapping up on the Heights and 809-811 Otis Place, NDC’s long-delayed Vue project at Georgia and Morton Street should finally get off the ground. As of this posting, I […]

  5. […] of limbo. The failure to redevelop Park Morton may also be one of the reasons for the delay in Neighborhood Development Company’s The Vue project — planned for the strip mall property on the southeast corner of Georgia and Morton […]

  6. Wanda Annette Haggins Says:

    Goodbye DC

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