You can view upcoming and available DC Habitat projects here. Scroll down to see what we’re building, learn more about our current projects, and find out how you can apply to become a DC Habitat homeowner.
The View at 28th Place Condominiums
Fourteen new two and three bedroom units are available now in Randle Highlands! Enjoy stellar views of the city at The View at 28th Place Condominiums. All new units include energy efficient design and new appliances and most units come with off-street parking. Call Mandy today at 202-882-4600, extension 230 to apply for these units!
“Pursuant to the District of Columbia Inclusionary Zoning program, income restricted units are available at this development. Please contact the Department of Housing and Community Development at www.dhcd.dc.gov regarding the availability of such units and requirements for registration in the Inclusionary Zoning program.”
DC Habitat’s current pipeline is made up of the following projects. At this time, homes at these projects are not currently for sale. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a homeowner through DC Habitat, please contact Mandy Jansen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Towns at Skyland Terrace
The Skyland neighborhood of Southeast DC was home to DC Habitat’s first large-scale development project. Beginning in 1995, we built 34 townhomes in Skyland Terrace. In 2021 we are returning to Skyland to build an additional 8 townhomes that will be sold affordable to low-income families of up to 6 people.
- Project Start Date: Winter 2021
- Specs: Eight 3bd/2.5ba townhomes
- Additional features: basements
DC Habitat has deep ties to the Deanwood neighborhood of Northeast DC. We began building in Deanwood in 2004, completing a total of 61 homes in the neighborhood to date. Deanwood is also home to the first two Passive Houses that DC constructed, the first of their kind in the District. Our upcoming project in Deanwood will allow us to return to the neighborhood, adding an additional 17 affordable townhomes for low-income DC families.
- Project Start Date: Estimated start of 2022
- Specs: 17 3bd/2ba duplexes
- Additional features: garages
Lebanon Village at Langston-Slater
DC Habitat, in partnership with a team of developers and community organizations, won a competitive RFP to redevelop the historic Langston and Slater schools into mixed-type, mixed-income housing. In partnership with Douglass Community Land Trust, DC Habitat will build 12 mixed-income units with affordability at 50% and 60% of Median Family Income (MFI). The 12 units will be a mix of 2- and 3-bedrooms.
- Project Start Date: Estimated start of 2024
- Specs: Mix of twelve 2-3bedrom flats