McKissack provided conceptual design for the redevelopment of 2000 14th Street, NW, currently the Franklin D. Reeves Center for Municipal Affairs.
The design concept of the 450,000 SF space consisted of a residential and retail mixed-use building with nine stories and underground parking. The relocation of the Reeves Center was part of an initial agreement with the District of Columbia and professional soccer team D.C. United. The facility would have been moved to a different area and its land sold to help build a new stadium for D.C. United. The Reeves Center would then be relocated to an area on the corner of Good Hope Road and Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue in Southeast DC.