Historic Preservation & Neighborhoods — A Presentation and Community Discussion
In response to the many questions neighbors have asked over the past few years related to development and neighborhood character, ANC1A Commissioners Kent Boese and Rashida Brown have organized a presentation and discussion on the topic for the evening of September 24th. The presentation will be held at the Bruce-Monroe @ Park View School located at 3560 Warder Street and is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. In addition to the ANC1A, the event is co-sponsored by the Park View UNC and the Luray-Warder Block Association. The program is expected to run between an hour and an hour and a half and is open to all who are interested. You can register by clicking the registration button below (tickets are free).
The program will begin with a presentation by Kim Williams of the D.C. Historic Preservation Office. She will also be available to answer questions from the community afterward. The event is intended to support a community dialogue on the issues of preservation, neighborhood character, and development as they relate to our changing neighborhood and growing city.
Historic preservation is one way that some D.C. neighborhoods have chosen to maintain neighborhood character. There are currently 55 historic districts and almost 27,000 structures designated and listed in the District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sites. There are 584 D.C. historic sites and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Place.
Please bring your questions to the presentation on September 24th to learn more.Explore posts in the same categories: Community Meetings, Development, Real Estate
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