It was also mentioned at last Monday's ANC 6D meeting that PN Hoffman is in negotiations with St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church at 6th & Maine Avenue to build 92 townhouses on their property and the church would move into a new sanctuary on-site. This pending agreement is not officially a part of the Southwest Waterfront redevelopment, though. PN Hoffman and other developers in the city have been partnering with churches lately to build on excess land that churches own. Near the MLK Library downtown, PN Hoffman partnered with First Congregational United Church of Christ and Skanska to construct an office building, which is currently under construction. Another example can be found in Southwest, with St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church partnering with Trammell Crow to build the church a new sanctuary and construct a multifamily building at 3rd and M Street. That project has been stalled by the economy and remains a vacant lot, save for a garden and seasonal Christmas tree lot.