McMillan Sand Filtration Site – Parcel 4 Located on the southeast side of the Historic North Service Court, Jair Lynch will develop the first of their two buildings on the McMillan site. Designed by David Jameson and MV+A Architects, the building reinforces McMillan's unique sense of place and complements the historic resources through the ...
The redevelopment of the McMillan Sand Filtration Site comes with an eye toward amplifying a unique place in Washington, DC. The project will create a large public park, community center with water recreation features, neighborhood-serving retail, housing for all income levels, and state-of-the-art healthcare facilities.
DC city government purchased the McMillan Sand Filtration Site after it closed in 1986 but the land has been abandoned and largely untended. It is a fantastic opportunity for preservation and a redevelopment project similar to New York's High Line .
McMillan Stabilization and Restoration Project Construction of a new ~17,500 SF community center, park and playground on the 6.2-acre Parcel 6 (South parcel) of the historic McMillan Slow Sand Filtration …
Dec 09, 2014· The McMillan Reservoir Sand Filtration Site, bounded by Michigan Avenue, North Capitol, Channing and First Streets, NW has been a curiosity with residents and visitors alike ever since its completion in 1905.
The slow sand filter plant at McMillan was replaced in 1985 with a new rapid sand filter plant. The old water treatment site was purchased by the District of Columbia from the federal government in 1987 for $9.3 million, and since has deteriorated due to lack of maintenance.
McMillan Sand Filtration Site is a twenty-five acre decommissioned water treatment plant in northwest Washington, D.C., built as part of the historic McMillan Reservoir Park. It is bound on the north by Michigan Avenue, ...
The redevelopment of the McMillan Sand Filtration Site includes 146 townhomes, 531 apartments, a grocery store, other retail and medical office buildings. The Parcel 2 building includes 236 residential units, of which 25 percent will be designated affordable, and 19,000 square feet of retail. The ...
The McMillan Reservoir site was selected for the new plant, and between 1902 and 1905, the Slow Sand Filtration Plant with its vast array of filter beds and sand bins, was constructed at the reservoir, and on a 22-acre site immediately adjacent to and east of the reservoir.
Following a condition assessment survey completed in 2015, Conservation Solutions, Inc. (CSI) was contracted to investigate areas of deteriorating concrete found on the sand bins located at the McMillan Slow Sand Filtration Plant.
McMillan Sand Filtration Site The District, the selected development team, and the communities surrounding the site are currently working cooperatively to determine the master plan and development program for the site.
The McMillan Reservoir is a reservoir in Washington, D.C. that supplies the majority of the city's municipal water. It was originally called the Howard University Reservoir or the Washington City Reservoir, and was completed in 1902 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers . 
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA › MV+A has designed mixed-use buildings on two parcels of the McMillan Sand Filtration Site redevelopment. The buildings are part of a larger development on the site of the former water filtration plant built between 1902 and 1905.
DC's highest court just blocked development at the McMillan Sand Filtration Site. This is a setback for the city's effort to turn an empty yet historic field, which previously served to filter drinking water, into a complex of housing, offices, and more active parks.
It consists of 20 underground sand filtration cells, 20 cylindrical, ivy-covered brick storage bins and regulator houses, and an expanse of open space adjacent to McMillan Reservoir, which is still in use.