Four teams of architects have been named finalists to design the 11th Street Bridge Park, a project proposed for a series of abandoned piers traversing the Anacostia River in Southeast D.C. The winning proposal will be chosen in mid-October based in part on feedback from the public.

Here’s your chance to weigh in. Check out the four teams’ proposals here, look at more details of their plans below and answer the poll questions. Organizers of the project will be conducting their own online poll and relying on input from Washington Post readers as well as their own respondents in choosing a winning proposal.

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Bridge Park

Balmori Associates / Cooper, Robertson & Partners


On a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 not meeting the intended goal and 5 meeting it), how well do you think Bridge Park would meet each of the following goals?

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Anacostia Crossing

Olin/OMA


On a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 not meeting the intended goal and 5 meeting it), how well do you think Anacostia Crossing would meet each of the following goals?

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Anacostia Landing

Wallace Roberts & Todd / Next Architects


On a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 not meeting the intended goal and 5 meeting it), how well do you think Anacostia Landing would meet each of the following goals?

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The Crossing

Stoss Landscape Urbanism / Howeler + Yoon Architecture


On a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 not meeting the intended goal and 5 meeting it), how well do you think The Crossing would meet each of the following goals?

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