We’re very excited to tell you about what is happening at the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center at 14th and R Streets, NW!
Like most DC non-profits, we are always looking for creative ways to increase support of our mission. This project will help us to gain greater financial stability. It will also create more space for the programs and services that are vital to our communities.
In September of 2017, we started redevelopment at the site with our partners Fivesquares Development.
Fivesquares Development is a D.C.-based real estate company co-founded by former District of Columbia Director of the Office of Planning Andy Altman and former Chief Investment Officer of Federal Realty Ron Kaplan. Whitman-Walker is the majority owner of this project. This allows us to ensure that the endeavor meets our long-term mission and allows us to be here for patients and the communities we serve for years to come.
The new building will be designed by Annabelle Selldorf and her firm Selldorf Architects. The project preserves and restores the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center and Belmont Garage buildings. And we will work with landscape architects Future Green Studios to create beautiful public space around the building that will enhance the livelihood around the site and along the 14th street corridor.
When completed, the site will have 60,000 square feet of office space, 78 apartment units and 20,000 square feet of ground floor retail and restaurants. Whitman-Walker will be taking 30,000 square feet of office space for ourselves to house our administrative, legal, public benefits and research departments. We will also be running a ground floor cultural community space that will be curated by our team.
We’re very excited about this redevelopment and what the future holds for us along 14th Street.
Read more about the redevelopment:
For more information or if you have questions, please contact Chief External Affairs Office Abby Paige Fenton at email@example.com or 202.797.3525.
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