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District of Columbia Department of Housing and Community Development Property Acquisition And Disposition Division Pre-Bid Meeting Solicitation For Offers #3 for Amber Overlook Properties August 6, 2014 Agenda Scattered Sites - Trinidad, NE, Overview of DHCD Amber Overlook Washington, DC The DC Department of Housing and Community Developments (DHCD) mission is to create and preserve opportunities for affordable housing and economic development and to revitalize underserved communities in the District of
Columbia. DHCD fulfills its mission by: providing gap funding for affordable housing and community facilities supporting communities through neighborhoodbased activities increasing first-time homeownership opportunities
funding the rehabilitation of single-family and multifamily homes providing funding for homelessness prevention addressing vacant and abandoned properties overseeing the administration of rental housing laws 2 Site Details Amber Overlook
Location 304 St Louis St, SE; 4915 C St, SE; 4920 Call Pl, SE; 320 St Louis St, SE Square 5336 Lots 36,37,43 & 44 Total Square Footage 37616 sq. ft.
Owner District of Columbia Status Vacant Zone (R-3 Residential) 2013 Tax Assessed Value $381,350
Adjacent Stakeholders/Property Owner Amber Overlook project Historic District No Site Details Amber Overlook Neighborhood The subject property is situated within the Marshall Heights neighborhood in the Southeast quadrant of
the District of Columbia. The general boundaries of the subjects neighborhood is East Capitol Street to the north, the DC/Maryland border line and Southern Avenue to the east, Suitland Parkway to the south, and the Anacostia River to the west. The Marshall Heights neighborhood is characterized as being primarily residential in character. The immediate neighborhood has a mix of single family, row, and apartment buildings. Commercial uses are found along Benning Road and East Capitol Street roughly five blocks to the northwest. The neighborhood is a target of private and city reinvestment. Zoning The existing zoning is R-3, a low density residential zone. R-3 permits single family, duplex, and rowhouse, and residential development by right. The zone does not permit new multi-family development. Each new rowhouse lot in the R-3 zone is required to have a lot area of 2,000 sq.ft., and a minimum lot width of 20 feet.
Affordability The developer shall demonstrate that at least 30% of all new units created shall be affordable to households with incomes at or below 80% of AMI. For this Solicitation, PADD requires a minimum affordability period of 15 years for homeownership and 40 years for rental housing. Agenda Scattered Sites - Trinidad, NE, Background & Goals Amber Overlook Washington, DC Development Goals: Mixedincome developments; Vocational training and/or local neighborhood job creation; Good workmanlike construction, quality design and architecture that complements the existing architecture of the neighborhood; Adequate financing from predevelopment through final completion;
Family style affordable dwelling units (2 or more bedrooms) which allow families to grow in place; 30% of the units to be affordable at 80% AMI or below A commitment to at least 15 years of affordability for homeownership and 40 years for rental projects ; Community outreach and development coordination; and Use of green materials, techniques and systems that meet the 2011 Green Communities Criteria. 5 Photos & Neighborhood Context Amber Overlook Amber Overlook Amber Overlook
Amber Overlook Amber Overlook Agenda Scattered Sites - Trinidad, NE, Evaluation Criteria Amber Overlook Washington, DC Criteria Vision Description Innovative, market-viable ideas for development or reuse of the Development Site, in terms of market viability and neighborhood context Demonstrate that they are qualified to execute the proposed
development plan Qualification Have successfully served in developer roles for completed projects of s& a similar scale and scope to that Project proposed by Offerors Experience Provide evidence of sufficient organizational and financial capability to ensure successful and timely delivery of past projects Project Financial Feasibility and Developer Financial Capacity Attainment
of District Policy Goals Demonstrate that they possess the financial resources to execute the Project requirements with minimum District-based subsidy Display a willingness to provide the District with fair consideration for its real property assets Exhibit a willingness to provide the District with a meaningful guarantee regarding payment and performance through final Project completion LSDBE and CBE participation Incorporate high-quality design Improve quality of life for the surrounding community Incorporate environmental sustainability best practices Maximize economic value to the District 11
Agenda Scattered Sites - Trinidad, NE, SFO Schedule Amber Overlook Washington, DC IMPORTANT DATES Issuance of Solicitation Pre-Bid Conference Site Visit Proposal Due Date (at 4:00 PM ET) July 11, 2014 August 6, 2014 10a-12p, August 14, 2014 4 pm, October 10, 2014
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