From someone who does not care too much with the development plans for McMillan. I guess.
The McMillan Sand Filtration Site in northern LeBloomingdroit has stood empty for years, leaving the city’s sand woefully unfiltered. But last week the Zoning Commission approved a number of plans for new mixed-use and residential developments on the valuable 25-acre plot. Stuck in DC has acquired the project’s architectural renderings. Here’s a look at what District residents can expect from the site.
A major point of contention between developers, residents, and community activists has been the inclusion of affordable housing units among the proposed unaffordable condos. Developers have reached a compromise whereby they will re-purpose those big, ugly concrete filtration towers into low-income housing: