LISC DC Invests $50 Million into Bridge Park Neighborhoods

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Lantern Walk

Join us at this celebratory community event!

#BRIDGEPARKEQUITY

Bridge Park equity meeting -- people sitting around a table.

We are aiming to bridge the economic divide in our nation’s capital.

HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENT

Rendering of the 11th Street Bridge Park.

We're focused on creating healthy communities surrounding the future park.


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  • Thursday, August 25, 2016

    Urban Turf

    While it may not seem as though much has happened since the design for the 11th Street Bridge Park was unveiled two years ago, UrbanTurf has learned that pre-construction for the highly-anticipated park could begin next month, putting it on a schedule to be complete in three years.
  • Monday, August 8, 2016

    Capital Community News

    Pre-construction for the 11th Street Bridge Park, an innovative and likely transformative development, could begin in August. Long before then, the nonprofit leading the charge on the project began working with community stakeholders to make sure residents are not pushed out by expected economic impacts from the new asset.
  • Wednesday, June 8, 2016

    Bloomberg Government

    At Bloomberg, our commitment to supporting charitable causes is engrained in everything we do and we actively support issues from public health, to the environment, to the arts and education. Most important for those of us at Bloomberg Government, we are proud to support our local community here in Washington, DC.
  • Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    Urban Institute

    "The vision for DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park, a new $45 million elevated park that will span the Anacostia River, is ambitious: create recreational and environmental value for the city, and connect distressed neighborhoods on the east side of the river to the more affluent neighborhoods on the west side. But to realize this vision, planners must honestly answer, who is this for?" - Mary Bogle, Urban Institute 
  • Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    How Housing Matters

    With the replacement of the 11th Street Bridge came a vision for a park that would not just run between these communities, but connect them.