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Frank D. Reeves Municipal Building at 2000 14th Street, NW in Ward 1 is located within the U Street corridor, which has been a longstanding and historic hub of cultural, educational and commercial life for African Americans in DC, and the area continues to be one of the District’s most flourishing destinations. Across the street from a busy Metrorail station and close to downtown, the Reeves Center is an attractive site prime for new development opportunities and reinvestment in the neighborhood.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING DISPOSITION RESOLUTION PURSUANT TO D.C. OFFICIAL CODE § 10-801

 Reeves Disposition Hearing Presentation - Reeves CMC Venture, 1-26-2023
Reeves Disposition Hearing Presentation - Legacy Community Partners, 1-26-2023

 

Effective December 2, 2022, the Request for Proposals (“RFP”) issued on December 30, 2020, by the Government of the District of Columbia (the “District”), through the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED”), is cancelled.

Request for Proposals (RFP) 
Reeves  
Release Date: December 2, 2022
Submission Due Date:  January 20, 2023

Amendment No. 001 - Reeves RFP - dated December 23, 2022

Frank D. Reeves Center Redevelopment RFP Q&A Portal 
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Frank D. Reeves Center Redevelopment RFP Q&A 

Reeves RFP – Appendices and Fillable forms (see attachments)

  • Appendix C – Letter of Intent.
  • Appendix E – Project Summary Matrix
  • Appendix F – Residential Matrix.

News: Mayor Bowser Re-issues Frank D. Reeves Center EquityRFP


“Please upload response documents for REEVES RFP PROPOSAL SUBMISSION below. Please name files as follows: REEVES RFP PROPOSAL SUBMISSION – [Respondent Name] – [File Type] – [Date]”. Please see the RFP for submission deadline. If you have any questions, please contact the project manager.”
 

 

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