The facility, which had been slated to open in spring 2023, will be called the Michael R. Klein Center for Jobs and Justice. ZGF/D.C. CENTRAL KITCHEN

D.C. Central Kitchen hopes to begin the move from its longtime home in downtown D.C. to a new facility in Buzzard Point next month, roughly two years after sealing the deal with its new landlord.

The shift is a big one for the food assistance and job training nonprofit, both literally and figuratively. It will be expanding and consolidating its physical footprint from a trio of locations, including a roughly 9,000-square-foot commercial kitchen in the basement of the Federal City Shelter near Judiciary Square, to a roughly 36,000-square-foot space at the base of the RiverPoint, a multifamily building with ground-floor retail developed on the site of the former U.S. Coast Guard headquarters at 2100 Second St. SW.

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