The Parks at Walter Reed is a growing, vibrant community that upends the ordinary. The 66-acre redevelopment of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center redefines city living and puts the outdoors in easy reach. At full build-out, The Parks will include 3.1 million square feet of mixed-use development and will feature adaptive reuse of existing historic buildings, new construction and over 20 acres of open space.


Retail, Commerce & Culture

The Parks is planned to include 190,000 square feet of retail, 325,000 square feet of office and medical, 20,000 square feet of creative and cultural uses and a hotel/conference center.

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Distinctive Homes

Over 2,000 distinctive condos, townhomes and apartments will be developed at The Parks serving a diverse mix of incomes, ages and households. 20% of the total units on-site will be designated as affordable.

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Sustainable Community

The Park’s redevelopment plan is built on a foundation of environmental sustainability, employing tools for energy and water conservation, alternative forms of transport, and recycled and local construction materials to minimize the environmental impact of development.

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Community Partners

As part of the project's community development goals, several nonprofit groups including DC International School, Latin American Montessori Bilingual, HELP USA, Howard University Hospital, and SOME will develop new facilities at The Parks.

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Roots Reimagined

For more than 100 years, Walter Reed was the U.S. Army’s flagship medical center, proudly serving more than 150,000 military personnel, as well as elected officials and heads of state. The redevelopment plan honors the legacy of Walter Reed, preserving significant historic buildings along with more than 20 acres of open space, community parks and plazas.

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A Powerful Economic Force

At over $1B in planned investment, The Parks will serve as a major economic engine for the Washington, DC region, generating thousands of jobs. The project is committed to District hiring as well as 35% participation from Certified Business Enterprises (CBEs).

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