Walter Reed Army Medical Center Reuse Plan

Community involvement has been a vital part of the planning for Walter Reed redevelopment from the beginning and we want to make sure that you and other community residents are fully informed about what is happening as we go forward.

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Mayor Gray Selects Hines-Urban Atlantic-Triden Joint Venture for Walter Reed Project

The Hines-Urban Atlantic-Triden team was selected to exclusively negotiate with the District of Columbia to acquire the surplus portion of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site.  The joint venture was selected based on the strength and compatibility of their plan with the Reuse and Small Area Plans; their approach and ability to provide quality community benefits; their breadth of development and financial experience on complicated sites; and their development and financing capability.

Meet the Walter Reed Master Developer
On Wednesday, December 4, 2013 over 120 community members and stakeholders met at Shepherd Elementary School to hear more about the plans for Walter Reed.  The event was hosted by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development and the Walter Reed Local Redevelopment Authority Project Team. If you would like to view the PowerPoint presentation from this meeting, please visit http://www.walterreedlra.com/community-meetings/.


About Walter Reed

The historical closing of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in August 2011 signaled new changes not only for the 120 year old medical campus, but also for the city and Ward 4 residents. The Department of the Army also changed the land boundaries it originally offered to the District of Columbia for reuse in August 2011, adding five additional acres to the area affected by the plan.

The Walter Reed Local Redevelopment Authority (LRA) hosted public meetings and presentations to ensure the community was an integral partner in developing the plan. The final Reuse Plan was approved by the DC Council in July 2012 and the subsequent Small Area Plan was approved by the DC Council in April 2013.

Please visit the Walter Reed website for a copy of the report: http://www.walterreedlra.com/