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McMillan redevelopment creating firestorm of opposition

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One of the District's premier development sites sits on 25 acres less than three miles north of the Capitol, remaining unused for more than two decades. There's a reason for that. "McMillan represents one of the most challenging sites imaginable to both preserve and adapt for current use," says a recent Historic Preservation Review Board report on the old sand filtration site adjacent to the...

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