WASHINGTON - The District of Columbia is asking developers to submit ideas for a mixed-use project on the Hill East Waterfront site, which is likely to carry a multi-million dollar price tag and be partially financed by bonds, officials said yesterday.

Mayor Adrian Fenty said at a press conference that the district is seeking "requests for expressions of interest" in the project, which is a portion of the larger, $10 billion Anacostia Waterfront Initiative, a 20-year plan designed to transform land along the Anacostia River in a manner similar to Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

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