WASHINGTON, DC—The Armed Forces RetirementHome, an independent federal agency that operates from atrust fund and is not subject to appropriations, has identifiedapproximately 80 acres on the southeast portion ofits campus here for private-sector development, and is planning toissue a Request for Proposal for the project.

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A Master Plan for this project was endorsed by theNational Capital Planning Commission in 2008. Nowthe Armed Forces Retirement Home is getting set to move forwardwith development of this area.

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It will hold a meetingto discuss the forthcoming proposal on Oct 22 atthe Armed Forces Retirement Home Scott Building Community Center,located at 140 Rock Creek Church Rd., NW. Speakers will includeSteve McManus, COO of AFRH and Tim Sheckler, director of GeneralServices Administration's Real Property Utilization and DisposalDivision for the National Capital Region. Also, experts from JLL,Stantec, and Preserve/Scapes will have the floor for discussion aswell.

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The AFRH is located on 272 acres, close to Catholic University,Trinity Washington University, Howard University, Children'sNational Medical Center, the VA Medical Center, the NationalRehabilitation Hospital, the Washington Hospital Center and theNational Zoo.

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The home itself is within a few miles of four Metrostations.

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