Lydia DePillis over at Housing Complex has a summary of the latest Walter Reed redevelopment meeting (the one at which I was busy experiencing a generation gap in action). In brief: "The allocation would accommodate about 1,000 units of housing, as well as a 170-key hotel. Retail elements include a medium-sized grocery store, restaurants and cafes, and a 'retail pedestrian village.' The 125,000 square feet of office space would go to non-profits, 'creative thought' enterprises, and a business incubator."
No mention of a bus garage in the current plan...thankfully (no offense to David Alpert).