Eisenhower East Small Area Plan 2019 Update

The 2003 Eisenhower East SAP established a vision for a vibrant new, urban, mixed-use community centered on the Eisenhower Avenue Metro Station. This new transit-focused neighborhood would include a variety of natural and urban open spaces and parks, a balance of jobs and housing, and a retail/entertainment center, serving both a local and regional market. Below are materials related to the Plan and the 2019 update, which will consider potential changes consistent with the established vision.

Page updated on Jan 15, 2019 at 1:49 PM

Overview

Given the City's unchanged goal for Eisenhower East to remain one of the city's key economic development engines, and recognizing that market conditions, particularly for retail and office uses, have significantly changed since 2003, this update will consider enhanced flexibility of land uses as well as potential additional density, and build on or enhance the Plan’s existing goals for thriving retail and entertainment, a balance of residents and employees for a busy 18-hour environment, expanded mobility and connectivity, enhanced pedestrian safety and accessibility, and a network of connected, multifunctional open spaces and trails for all to enjoy.   


    Meetings and Events

    • Monday, February 25, 7-9 p.m. - Community Open House #1
      Parc Meridian Lobby, 750 Port Street

      The purpose of the open house is to provide an overview of the planning process and the topics and updates to the Plan that will be considered. Members of the community are invited to stop by at any time during the open house to learn about the process, ask questions, and provide feedback.

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    Questions?

    Contact José C. Ayala , Urban Planner, 703.746.3820.


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