VMP – McMillan Sand Filtration Site Mixed-Use Development – Washington - Project Profile
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Vision McMill Partners (VMP), a consortium of EYA LLC, Jair Lynch Development Partners and Trammell Crow Company is undertaking the construction of mixed-use project at McMillan Sand Filtration site in Washington, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 195,096m2 mixed-use facility on 10.1ha of land.
The project includes the construction of a 92,903m2 medical office and health care facility, 4,831m2 retail facility, 5,2669m2 multifamily residential facility, 32,516m2 row houses, a 1,625m2 community center and 3.2ha central park.
The project will be developed over seven parcels.
Parcel one of the project includes the construction of a 79,896m2 healthcare facility with 1,393m2 of ground floor retail.
Parcel two of the project includes the construction of seven-story mixed-use development comprises of 250 apartments, 1,774m2 of ground-floor retail and 222 underground parking spaces.
Parcel three of the project includes the construction of a 16,072m2 healthcare facility with ground floor retail.
Parcel four of the project includes the construction of a mixed-use building in the central portion of the site with 4,924m2 grocery store on ground floor and 250 apartments.
Parcel five of the project includes the construction of 146 town houses. Parcel six of the project includes the construction of a community center and 3.2ha park at the southern end of the site. The community center will feature an indoor pool, outdoor spray ground and playgrounds, a natural amphitheater and a walking museum.
Parcel seven of the project includes the construction of the North Service Court, which provides the principle access to the healthcare facilities.
Lessard Group, MV+A and David Jameson Architect Inc were appointed as the architects; Perkins Eastman, Ehrenkrantz, Eckstut and Kuhn and Nelson Byrd Woltz as the master planners on the project.
In June 2011, a meeting was held with the local residents about the project.
In February 2012, project received planning approvals later in October 2013; revised master plans for the development of the project were unveiled.
In November 2013, VMP submitted the Planned Unit Development (PUD) application to District Columbia Zoning Commission.
In September 2014, VMP secured Zoning Commission approvals for the proposed project.
On April 30, 2015, VMP secured planning approval for second parcel from The Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB).
On June 8, 2015, the Columbia Government invited tenders for construction management services (CMS) to provide construction and development management services during the design, procurement and construction of the proposed project, with deadline June 29, 2015.
In March 2016, Zoning Commission approved the fourth parcel of the project.
On March 21, 2016, VMP issued request for proposals for a design-build contractor with a submission deadline as May 5, 2016.
In May 2016, Concept Design has been submitted to the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB).
On June 2, 2016, the final concept designs for Parcels six and seven was presented and secured design approvals.
On December 7, 2016, ground breaking ceremony held.
On December 8, 2016, the court cancelled the D.C. Zoning Commission’s and other approvals that allowed the project to move ahead, and initiated orders for re-issuing bids and re-evaluating options to develop the project.
On June 29, 2017, public hearing was held.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 195,096m2 mixed-use facility on 10.1ha of land at McMillan Sand Filtration Site in Washington, the US.
The US$720 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a medical office and health care facility over an area of 92,903m2
2. Construction of a retail facility over an area of 4,831m2
3. Construction of a multifamily residential over an area of 5,2669m2
4. Construction of row houses over an area of 32,516m2
5. Construction of a park over an area of 3.2ha
6. Construction of a community center over an area of 1,625m2
7. Construction of other related facilities
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