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Active TIFs and PILOTs

Project Type of Financing Developer Description Year Authorized Maturity Date Link to D.C. Code Ward
Gallery Place TIF Western and Akridge
The Gallery Place project is a mixed-use urban entertainment complex that includes 192 residential units, approximately 690 parking spaces and 210,000 square feet of office space. The Gallery Place project, using $52,365,000 in TIF bond proceeds, was completed in 2004. The TIF bonds are paid back with incremental real property and sales taxes generated from the project.
2000 2031     Code         6
Nationals Park Revenue Bond District of Columbia The Nationals Park project is a 41,487-seat ballpark that features 79 suites on three levels. Nationals Park, using $509,800,000 in bond proceeds, was completed in 2008. Nationals Park has multiple sources of dedicated revenues to pay debt service, including a utility tax imposed on toll communications, telephone, heating oil, and natural or artificial gas, a fee imposed on businesses within DC with greater than $5 million in gross recipts, rent from the team, and stadium-related taxes on tickets, merchandise, food, beverages, and parking at the stadium. 2003 2036 Code 6
Verizon Center TIF DC Arena LP The Verizon Center (now Capital One Arena) project is a sports and entertainment facility that is home to the NBA’s Washington Wizards, NHL’s Washington Capitals, the WNBA’s Washington Mystics, and the NCAA’s Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team. Two TIF notes, totaling $43,570,000, supported the financing of improvements to the 20,000-square foot arena. Debt service on the notes is paid with an additional 4.25% tax charged for arena tickets and sales of tangible personal property or services otherwise taxable at the Verizon Center. 2007 2047 Code 2
CVS TIF LaKritz Adler The CVS project is a 10,000 square foot pharmacy and convenience store in the Petworth neighborhood. A TIF note, issued under the authorization of the Great Streets initiative, financed a portion of the development costs. 2011 2035 Code 4
Convention Center Hotel TIF Quadrangle and Capstone The Marriott Marquis hotel project was built to provide a new hotel to support the District's convention center activities and events. It was completed in 2014 and includes 1,175 hotel rooms, 25,000 square feet of retail, 125,000 square feet of ballroom/meeting space, and 380 parking spaces.  A TIF note for $123,855,000 to the Washington Convention and Sports Authority (WCSA) is part of the financing of the $537-million project. The incremental real property and sales tax revenues are pledged toward repayment of the WCSA bonds. The TIF note was amended in connection with the refunding of the WCSA's convention center hotel bonds in 2021. 2006 2041 Code 2
City Market at O TIF Roadside Development The City Market at O Street project is a 1 million-square foot urban infill that includes over 87,000 square feet of retail, 600 residential units, and more than 500 parking spaces. The historic O Street Market was restored and incorporated into a new 71,000-square foot Giant Food store. A TIF bond and a TIF note provided a total of $41.7 million in financing for this project, repaid through incremental sales and real property taxes. 2008 2041 Code 6
The Wharf TIF Hoffman - Madison Marquette Waterfront The Wharf project is a 27-acre, 3.2-million square foot Southwest Waterfront redevelopment, including a mix of land uses and public waterfront amenities. Phase 1 of the project totals roughly 1.6 million square feet of development, including about 900 residential units, 225,000 square feet of office, a 278-room hotel, 143,000 square feet of retail, and 151,000 square feet devoted to cultural activities and public waterfront amenities. Phase 2 began construction in 2019 and will be completed in fall 2022. It includes 105,327 square feet of retail, 138,700 square feet of hotel space, 577,537 square feet of office space, 225 residential rental units, 119 condominium units, and 1,074 parking spaces. In total, $194,237,000 of TIF proceeds were used to finance the construction of site and waterfront improvements for the project. Debt service is paid with the project's incremental sales and real property taxes. 2008 2026 Code 6
The Yards (Southeast Federal Center) PILOT Forest City The Yards project will deliver 2,800 residential units, 1.8 million square feet of office space, and 300,000 sf of retail across 42 acres. To date, $68.5 million has been financed to fund construction of public infrastructure in this PILOT area.   2006 2025 Code 6
Skyland Town Center TIF Rappaport and W.C. Smith The Skyland project will result in the redevelopment of an 18-acre shopping center. The redeveloped site will include 315,000 square feet of retail space and 468 units of housing. This project will include two phases. Phase 1 was started in February 2018, and phase 2 is scheduled to begin in the fall 2022.  2013 2039 Code 7
Reunion Square TIF MLK Acquisition Company, LLC The developer will redevelop the site into a neighborhood center with a mix of office, residential, hotel, and retail service uses. The project will include the construction of 3 new buildings. The project will include approximately 560,000 square feet of new development.  2021 N/A Code 1
Bryant Street TIF Bryant Street Partners, I LLC The Bryant Street project will redevelop a shopping center into a mixed-use urban center, featuring nearly 1.7 million square feet of total development at full build-out, including 1.5 million square feet of residential and more than 200,000 square feet of retail density. The first phase of development was completed in 2021. A TIF bond of $18 million funded site improvements for the project. The bond will be repaid by incremental real property and sales taxes.  2017 2043 Code 1
Union Market TIF Union Market Infrastructure Corporation (comprised of Edens and JBG) The Union Market project includes approximately 40 acres of existing buildings and redeveloped properties. At buildout, new development will include approximately 3,500 residential units, a 155-room hotel, 375,000 square feet of office space, and approximately 500,000 square feet of new retail space with below-grade parking. The authorizing legislation provided $82.4 million in tax- increment financing, with $46.5 million allocated toward public infrastructure improvements and $36 million toward retail parking to serve the area. Multiple series of TIF bonds will be issued as planned redevelopment projects are constructed, and will be repaid with incremental real property and sales taxes generated by redevelopment. The first series of TIF bonds totaling $14.8 million were issued in 2021.   2018 2046 Code 5
Brookland Manor TIF Mid-City Financial Corporation The Brookland Manor project is a redevelopment  of the Brookland Manor apartment complex and the former Brentwood Village Shopping Center along Rhode Island Avenue in Northeast Washington, DC. This site, which is approximately 20 acres, will include a mix of for-rent and for-sale residential uses along with retail. At full build-out, the project is proposed to be developed as mixed-use, mixed-income inclusive of 1,870 residential units and approximately 100,000 square feet of commercial development. 2019 N/A Code 5
As of June 2022