Learn More About Redevelopment of the McMillan Filtration Site

Here’s an opportunity for Park View residents to learn more about the McMillan Sand Filtration Redevelopment plans, meet the developers and architects, and ask any questions that you may have. A happy hour has been set up for the community on April 7th at Mothership. Full announcement below:

You may be familiar with the redevelopment plans for the McMillan Sand Filtration Site (surrounding Michigan Ave and N. Capitol St). Rashida, Dianne, and I have organized a happy hour at Mothership (3301 Georgia Ave, NW WDC), April 7th @ 6:30-8:30pm for Park View residents to meet the developers and architects, ask questions, share your opinions and get updates.

The Vision McMillan plans call for acres of park space, a state of the art community center, retail, a grocery store and much more! We’re excited to have these amenities close to home. But we want to get your thoughts on the plans and share them with the developers. The plan is now moving forward to the Zoning Commission in less than two months, and later the Mayor’s Agent for final approvals.

We want to hear from you Park View! There will be lite fare and libations served.

RSVP by Thursday, April 3rd by emailing NeighborsForMcMillan@gmail.com

Vision McMillan rendering(Envision McMillan rendering)

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7 Comments on “Learn More About Redevelopment of the McMillan Filtration Site”

  1. Michael Phelps Says:

    Top of my request list: a Wilson High School style public pool! Would be awesome!!!

  2. Rashida Says:

    Sharing with the VMP!

  3. katielu Says:

    This is a bit tangential, and I know it comes up occasionally, but do we think there’s ever hope that they would open up the reservoir itself as a recreational area? Plenty of other reservoirs in the States and Europe are also used recreationally – opening up that reservoir as a park space would be such an amazing benefit to the community. Any chance…?


  4. […] Monday April 7, an informal Park View neighborhood happy hour drew a large and enthusiastic crowd of more than 80 people who came out to hear about the […]


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