D.C. Poised to Allow PILOT Bonds For Anacostia Waterfront Projects

Ackerman, Andrew
June 2006
Bond Buyer;6/5/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32395, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports on the redevelopment project along the Anacostia River, a blighted area of a city a mile from the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. The project was said to be the first program in the district that will be financed by bonds in an effort of transforming the area that includes a 42 acre mixed used site into a vibrant neighborhood with new housing and a large river front park. According to city officials, the bonds will be released by the end of the year.


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