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Analyzing the Walter Reed Proposals: Forest City Washington

Forest City wants to dedicate specific parts of the site to specific functions. The Core is meant to be an academic and innovative hub, for instance.
Forest City wants to dedicate specific parts of the site to specific functions. The Core is meant to be an academic and innovative hub, for instance.

The proposals are in. Now that we've taken a look at the renderings and plans from Roadside Development and Hines-Urban Atlantic, let's see the Walter Reed proposal from Forest City Washington. Much like the folks from Hines, Forest City also solicited ideas from surveys posted by Popularise's Ben Miller. Additionally, they seem to like the number five as they have five design principles and they've divided the campus into five different neighborhoods (even though it looks more like six.) From the looks of it, they want to make these neighborhoods available to a wide variety of income levels while providing jobs and particularly ones in the innovative sector. Check out more of their plans and renderings and our analysis thereof in our gallery.
· Developers Present Plans in Response to the LRA's Request for Proposals (RFP) [Walter Reed LRA]

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