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McMillan Facts Flier 2014 01 14 From Dianne Barnes

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GET
THE
FACTS
ON
REDEVELOPMENT
OF
THE MCMILLAN SAND
FILTRATION
SITE
FtcTtoN:
vtstoN
McM|LLAN
PARTNERS',(VMP)
PLANS
ARE
TOO
DENSE
AND
DO
NOT
PROTECT OPEN
SPACE
THATWAS
WAS
ONCE
A
PARK
FACTS:
r
VMP's plan
createsthree
parks,
including
an
expansive 6.25-acre
centralparkwith
a
communitycenterand
pool.
lf
you
add
in
the
South
Service
Court
and
other
public gathering
places,
there
will
be
a
total
of
rz
acres
of
new,
public, open and green space.
Specifically,
of
the
3%
block
site,
the majority
-
almost
z blocks
-
will
be
open and green
space
distributed
throughout
the
site.
r
World-renowned
landscape
architects
Nelson Byrd
Woltz
will
design
the
public
green space. They
are
famousfor their work
with
urban
parks, have
garnered
over
Bo
national
and
regional
awards and have been
featured
in
many national
and
international
publications.
This
community will
soon have one of
the
largest
and best-
designed
parks
not only
in
the District,
but
also
in
the
region
and
in
the
country.
o
While there
was once
a
small
park on
the federal
side of
the
McMillan
site
(nearthe
reservoir,
on
the
west
side
of
First
Street),
the
McMillan
land
that
VMP
is
redeveloping
was never
a
park. Historically, it
was
a
working
industrial
site
with
manholes
dotting the
landscape every
few
feet,
providing
access
for workers
to the
underground
cells.
ln
order
to
deliver water to
the
city,
the
site was in
use
all day and
night, cleaning
and
pumping water.
o
When
the
McMillan
Sand
Filtration
Plant
first
opened, Olmstead,
Jr.
was
commissioned
to
design
a
walkingpath around
it
that
would
offer
residents
a
view
without
disturbing
the
daily
work
of
the site.
This
Olmstead
Walkisbeing
restored
as
partof
the
plan
andwillsurroundthe
entire redevelopment/
connectingthe
parksand
open spaces,
providing engaging
access
and
offering tremendous
views
of
both the
site and
surrounding
landmarks.
Every
step of
the walk
will
be
publicly
accessible and
maintained.
Finally,
the
fences
on
the
site
will
be
down,
and
there
will
be
a
park
for
residents
to
use
and enjoy.
FICTION:
VMP PLANS
REPRESENT
A NOTABLE
DESTRUCTION
OF
THE
HISTORIC FABRIC
OF
THE
SITE.
ALL
OF
THE
CELLS
WILL
BE
DEMOLISHED, ALONG WITH
THE
WALLS
FRAMING
THE
COURTS
AND
MANY
OF
THE
SILOS
FACTS:
.
The very
foundation
of
the
VMP plan
is
a
$zz
million
preservation program
that will
create exemplary
design
compatible
with
this historic landmark.
.
The
majority
of
the
above grade
structures
will
be
preserved.
Every silo,
every regulator
house, every
washer
and every basin
will
be
preserved
and
the
historic courts
will
be
maintained
with
special pavers.
.
While
the
plan includes
repurposing of underground
cells,
it
is
not
feasible
to
place
grocery retail
inside
the
chambers
or
use
the
underground
cells
for
foundation.
Not only
have
retailers
expressed
opposition
to the
idea
of
an
underground location
here
from
a
sales
perspective,
but
the
cost
of making the
cells safe
enough for this
type
of
use
alone
would
make
rental
rates
prohibitive
for community
and
retail
uses
alike.
.
Two underground
cells
(each
the
size
of
a
football
field)
will
be preserved, and
the
current plan
includes
repurposing
Cell
r4
for
retail use.
Cell
zB
will
be
preserved
to
view through
the community
center,
as
part
of
the

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