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Update: The Cafritz Foundation’s Art Place@Fort Totten: The Neighbors Are Deeply Confused

So finally, some uplifting news out of the Ft. Totten area: The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation has conceived of a colossal development project for the neighborhood, complete with a Children’s Museum, 929 residential units (431 of which will be designated mixed-income, and 98 of which will be Senior/Affordable). The project, shown below, sits directly east of the metro stop, and Ft. Totten Station, Clark Realty’s 300 market-rate units. (Plenty more pictures below, and check back for more news later today.)

S. Dakota Ave. & Ingraham St.

Here’s a full map of the area; This one’s flipped to the side. The large central building is the children’s museum.

Residential building

Perspective View-S. Dakota Ave.