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The Anacostia Waterfront Corporation describes itself as “a government-sponsored enterprise of the District of Columbia established in 2004 to lead the revitalization of lands along the Anacostia River and coordinate environmental and programming initiatives that promote river clean up, public awareness, and enjoyment of the river.” 

Anacostia Waterfront Corporation primary website
Anacostia Waterfront Initiative's website at the Office of Planning

  • Anacostia Waterfront Corporation, announcement of designated developers for baseball district development, December 12, 2005
  • Mayor Anthony A. Williams, press release on plan to revitalize Anacostia Metro site with Anacostia Waterfront Corporation and WMATA, August 3, 2005
  • Councilmember Jack Evan, Potential amendment to District of Columbia Anacostia Waterfront Act of 2003
  • District of Columbia Anacostia Waterfront Act of 2003, Bill 15-616
  • Councilmember Harold Brazil, comments on Bill 15-616 in Committee on Economic Development, June 2, 2004
  • Eric Price, Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, testimony to the Subcommittee on the District of Columbia, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, April 26, 2001

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