D.C. officials order changes to Barry Farm redevelopment plans to better honor the property’s history | Washington Business Journal

October 31, 2019
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On October 31, 2019, fellow Sarah Shoenfeld’s article, The history and evolution of Anacostia’s Barry Farm was linked by the Washington Business Journal:

However, a majority of the nine-member board did signal that they’d be willing to approve that request, if the developers can’t rearrange their plans to better honor the property’s past. They urged the D.C. Housing Authority, which is managing the project in conjunction with private partners, to beef up their plans to highlight the site’s long history over the course of the next month.

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Related: The history and evolution of Anacostia’s Barry Farm | D.C. Policy Center

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