Here are the rest of the sites, which the city wants to develop into affordable housing. One more thing: I asked project manager Adarsh Hathi if the affordable housing was going to be rental units or homes for purchase. He indicated that both would be allowed. But that was the first and last detail I could get out of him. The rest of the information will be available on May 15.
3401 13th St.,SE (Congress Heights)*
14, 10, 6, 8, 4 Q St., NW; 16,14 Florida Ave., NW*
1715-1717 28th Pl., SE (Hillcrest)*
*The Google street views don’t always clearly identify addresses. But these are the images linked to the respective addresses above.