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Providence Reimagined selected to develop former Providence Hospital site into mixed-income neighborhood

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Providence Reimagined selected to develop former Providence Hospital site into mixed-income neighborhood Blog Feature

By: EYA Homes on May 3rd, 2023

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Menkiti Group and EYA, collectively known as the Providence Reimagined team, announced today that they have been selected by Providence Hospital (campus) as the developers for the reimagined campus, and are kicking off a community outreach campaign to gather feedback from the neighbors on their wishes for the site.

“Community outreach is extraordinarily important to both companies that comprise Providence Reimagined. We believe that the neighborhoods we have developed through the years have benefited from the great insight we gain when we engage and listen to one another, said Evan Goldman, Executive Vice President at EYA. “We look forward to hosting numerous meetings to ensure that all voices are part of the conversation.”

The redevelopment of the Providence campus offers an opportunity for a holistic and inclusive redevelopment that will include much-needed community benefits and open space for the adjacent residential neighborhood while helping the city achieve its housing goals.

The concept for redevelopment is still in its infancy and will be developed with further input from immediate neighbors and District leaders beginning this month and continuing through the summer. More than a dozen meetings are planned with members of the community starting in early May.

Early proposed plans include senior and mixed-income housing, market-rate housing, increased open spaces, and a central gathering space for the whole community. Carroll Manor Nursing Home and the two operating medical office buildings that provide a wide range of essential services including senior care and related functions will remain.

Bo Menkiti, founder and CEO of the Menkiti Group said that “Over the past 19 years, The Menkiti Group has had a mission to transform lives, careers and communities through real estate. We are proud and honored to have the opportunity to deliver another transformative development project to the Washington, D.C. community. We strive to create community-led participative development that demonstrates the power of collaboration and will work to ensure that the vision crafted for this project becomes a reality.”

City residents who want to participate in these community meetings can visit ProvidenceReimagined.com, where they will be able to view the schedule for and sign up for upcoming meetings.


For 30 years, EYA, LLC (EYA) and its development affiliates have been a market leader in the development of large-scale, urban infill residential projects. With expertise in the entitlement, development, and construction of for-sale, multi-family and mixed-income housing, EYA has created more than 40 exceptional neighborhoods that are home to more than 10,000 residents across Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. EYA is a privately held company that has completed more than $2 billion of projects that deliver “life within walking distance” throughout the DC region. For additional information about EYA, visit www.eya.com/development.

Founded in 2004, The Menkiti Group is an integrated real estate services company dedicated to transforming lives, careers, and communities through real estate. A 100% minority-owned Certified Business Enterprise headquartered in Washington, DC, with additional offices in Worcester, MA, The Menkiti Group focuses on strengthening neighborhoods through the strategic development, management, and disposition of real estate in urban markets. To date, The Menkiti Group has invested over $360MM in emerging urban neighborhoods, worked on the development of over 3.8MM SF of real estate, and assisted over 2,000 families in purchasing their first homes. The Menkiti Group currently has over 4.9MM SF in its development pipeline including catalytic projects such as MLK Gateway, Bond Bread with Howard University, The Yards Parcels G1 and G2 in partnership with Brookfield, and St. Elizabeths Parcels 7, 8, and 9. For more information, please visit menkitigroup.com or call (202) 733-5455.