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St Elizabeth East Gateway Pavilion
Address: 1100 Alabama Avenue Southeast Washington, DC
Project Scope of Work (SOW):
The Gateway Pavilion is an innovative, flexible, and unique structure designed to serve a wide range of interim uses and allow neighborhood residents and others to experience St Elizabeths East before redevelopment is complete. It is envisioned as a destination for casual dining, as well as a venue for hosting activities such as a farmers’ market and other weekend and afterhours, community, cultural and arts events. It is meant to begin to achieve the vision of the Master Plan in the immediate future while Phase One of development is underway.
The District is also working on developing programming that would provide economic opportunity to local residents. The Gateway Pavilion may host a number of small vendors/food stalls, food trucks and other mobile vendors, shared seating for patrons, and support facilities including storage and restroom spaces.
The Gateway Pavilion is envisioned as a destination for those who live in the community, for all District residents and visitors, and for approximately 4,400 Coast Guard employees who are scheduled to arrive on the West Campus in May of next year.
Start Date: October 2012
Completion Date: May 2013
Project Budget: $4.5 million
Names of the DGS Project Team: Michelle J. Chin
Name of the Contractual Project Team:
General Contractor: Kadcon Corporation / Davis Brody Bond