The District of Columbia received three responses to its solicitation for a development partner for a $170 million, 500-unit public housing complex on Georgia Avenue, the deputy mayor for planning and economic development said last week.

“Park Morton has the potential to be the single most transformative project in our work to revitalize Georgia Avenue,” Neil Albert said in a release.

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