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Anacostia Waterfront

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The Anacostia Waterfront Initiative (AWI) is one of the most ambitious development plans in the history of the District of Columbia. Spanning 30 years and comprising $10 billion worth of investment, the AWI pledges to restore and revitalize the Anacostia River. Led by the District of Columbia government, and embraced by 19 regional and federal agency partners through the execution of a Memorandum of Understanding, the AWI vision is to reconnect to the river, so that widespread access to the Anacostia River and its new parks, recreational, cultural, residential and commercial centers is possible.
The following is a list of Neighborhood Projects which are part of the Anacostia Waterfront Initiative led by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development.

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