In Georgia Avenue Land Deal, Park Morton Redevelopment Gets Back on Track

The Georgia Avenue property between Morton and Park Road will be included in the redevelopment of Park Morton.

The Georgia Avenue property between Morton and Park Road will be included in the redevelopment of Park Morton.

Over the weekend, Washington Post reporter  Jonathan O’Connell broke news that the Park Morton redevelopment is moving forward. In the deal, as described by the Post, Landex and Warrenton — developers of The Avenue — would lease the land along Georgia Avenue between Morton Street and Park Road “at no cost from owner Andrew J. Richeson, develop a mix of new housing and retail for Park Morton, and then grant the new retail space back to Richeson at no cost.” The land in question currently contains the Small Smiles, Million Man Tires, a chicken place, and the empty car lot.

I’ll be sure to post more details as they become available.

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7 Comments on “In Georgia Avenue Land Deal, Park Morton Redevelopment Gets Back on Track”

  1. JP Says:

    This is fantastic news for Georgia Ave!

  2. F affordable housing. Increase my values Says:

    I thought that empty car lot is where the “V” building was going in

  3. KC Says:

    any idea when this will start? thanks for the update!


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  7. […] it was announced in March that a land deal had been consummated which united the Georgia Avenue frontage with the project […]


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