$100M Development Coming to DC

Federal Capital Partners, Level 2 Development and Clark Enterprises are building a luxury building with 318 units.

Washington, D.C.—Federal Capital Partners has partnered with Level 2 Development LLC and Clark Enterprises Inc. to develop The Highline, a $100 million apartment community in Washington, D.C.

Located at 320 Florida Ave., NE the community will include 318 luxury apartment homes including four penthouse units and approximately 10,000 square feet of first floor retail space.

Continue Reading →

0

Joint Venture to Develop $100M Apartment Community in D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A joint venture between Federal Capital Partners (FCP), Level 2 Development LLC and Clark Enterprises Inc. plans to develop The Highline, a $100 million apartment community located at 320 Florida Ave. N.E. in Washington, D.C. The property will feature 314 residential units, four penthouse residences and roughly 10,000 square feet of first-floor retail space. Designed by Eric Colbert & Associates, the 12-story community will feature warehouse-style windows, materials reminiscent of rail cars and riveted steel columns.

Continue Reading →

0

Federal Capital Partners Enter JV W/ Level 2 and Clark Enterprises to Develop $100 Million Highline at Union Market Apartments in Washington, DC

Chevy Chase, MD, January 18, 2017 — Federal Capital Partners® (FCP) has entered into a joint venture with Level 2 Development, LLC and Clark Enterprises, Inc. to develop The Highline, a $100 million apartment community at 320 Florida Avenue, NE in Washington, DC. The community will be comprised of 318 luxury apartment homes including four penthouse units and approximately 10,000 square feet of first floor retail space.

“The Highline is an exciting opportunity in one of the most vibrant and exciting submarkets of Washington, DC,” said Wade Casstevens, FCP Senior Vice President. “We are particularly pleased to be developing this extraordinary project with Level 2
Development and Clark Enterprises, both strong local companies who have done an exceptional job of designing and planning The Highline over the last few years.” Level 2 and FCP recently completed Takoma Central, comprised of 150 premium apartment units above Busboys & Poets and next to the Takoma Metro Station in Takoma, Washington, DC.

Continue Reading →

0

Monument Realty Submits Plans for Chinatown Mixed-Use Project

A three-story Chinatown building that houses Ming’s Restaurant could soon be the site of a nine-story, mixed-use development.

Monument Realty has filed plans with the Board of Zoning Adjustments to build 63k SF of office space above 10k SF of retail at 615 H St NW.

The plans would preserve the existing three-story restaurant building and would add 43 below-grade parking spaces, Curbed reports. Monument has been working on the plans for several years and has no set groundbreaking date, a spokesperson tells Bisnow.

Continue Reading →

0

MRP wants more retail and floating docks at Capitol Riverfront project

MRP Realty, developer of Dock 79 near Nationals Park, has made a bunch of amendments to the next phase of its Capitol Riverfront development plan as it heads toward a Jan. 23 hearing with D.C.’s Zoning Commission.

The developer and its partner, Florida Rock Properties Inc., want to build a marina on the Anacostia with one fixed pier and three floating piers as part of the 71 Potomac project, according to filings with the city Tuesday. MRP is seeking flexibility on marina phasing so it can accurately assess the market demand for boat slips.

Continue Reading →

0

Why Shaw was the District’s best dining neighborhood of 2016

Shaw was the District’s hottest dining neighborhood of 2016.

The Northwest enclave saw a raft of openings within the past year, ranging from the very high-end (Eric Ziebold’s $200-a-head Métier, Kwame Onwuachi’s $185-per-person Shaw Bijou) to the very casual (Marjorie Meek-Bradley’s Smoked and Stacked sandwich shop, laid-back Chinese spot Chao Ku). Diners have plenty of options, whether it’s for a quick pregame bite or a special-occasion dinner.

Continue Reading →

0

New Affordable Housing, Retail, and Boutique Apartments Coming to Baltimore

Developers are snatching up prime real estate in Baltimore’s central business district with the goal of delivering new market-rate apartments, affordable housing and retail to city dwellers.

One Baltimore developer is seeking out small to midsized, centrally located buildings it wants to transform into boutique apartment, retail and office projects. Deals like these are why Bisnow is excited to host the 5th Annual Future of Downtown Baltimore Dec. 13 at The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, starting at 7:30am.

Continue Reading →

0

Douglas Development Betting Big on Northeast DC

As the development wave in DC continues to push east, bustling new neighborhoods are emerging where vacant warehouses once sat. Historic buildings are being repurposed into trendy new apartment and office buildings, allowing the neighborhoods to preserve their industrial DNA, evoking comparisons to neighborhoods like Manhattan’s Meatpacking District and Brooklyn’s Williamsburg.

Continue Reading →

0
Page 1 of 12 12345...»