LISC DC Invests $50 Million into Bridge Park Neighborhoods

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Bridge Park Tour

Join us for a presentation in the Anacostia Arts Center followed by a walking tour of the future site!


We're focused on equitable and inclusive development.

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LISC DC invests $50 Million into neighborhoods surrounding the future park.


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Where is the 11th Street Bridge Park?

Location of the 11th Street Bridge Park

The 11th Street Bridge Park will be built on the original pillars of the old road bridge crossing the Anacostia River between wards 6, 7 and 8.


Transforming old bridges into new civic spaces

The 11th Street Bridge Park will reuse the old bridge piers and span between wards 6, 7 and 8.

We have had over 600 meetings with nearby community residents, business owners and government leaders soliciting programming ideas. The community has asked for: an environmental education center, performance spaces, public art that tells the rich history of the region, inclusive play spaces, urban agriculture, and kayak & canoe launches. All of these ideas have been incorporated into our amazing design by OMA+OLIN.

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Keep Up to Date

  • Friday, January 22, 2016

    The 11th Street Bridge Park aims to become an anchor for inclusive economic development and stitch together long divided neighborhoods in D.C. An article slated for this Sunday's Washington Post Magazine cover describes the recent work of our Equitable Development Task Force and our efforts to ensure the thousands of residents who have
  • Sunday, December 13, 2015

  • Wednesday, November 11, 2015

     As part of a year-long community-led effort, the 11th Street Bridge Park releases an Equitable Development Plan, an effort to ensure the future 11th Street Bridge Park can serve as an anchor for inclusive development.