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Metro Seeks Mixed-Use Partners for Transit-Based Development Effort

WashingtonThe Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will accept proposals from real estate developers through March for mixed-use developments near five Metro stations, the Washington Post reported Monday.

Jonathan O’Connell writes that Metro officials unveiled conceptual plans to build residential, commercial or parking facilities on properties situated close to the Brookland, Navy Yard and Fort Totten stations in the D.C. area.

Metro also intends to develop parcel of lands near the Grosvenor-Strathmore station in Montgomery County, Md. and the Morgan Boulevard station in Prince George County.

More than 100 companies attended a November event to gain details of the Metro project, according to O’Connell’s report.

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