Thursday, October 16, 2014
Local Development Round Up
The future site of the Apollo
We've seen a ton of development related news in the recent days/weeks. Here are some things you won't want to miss:
There's a new mixed use project coming to M Street between 3rd and 4th. It would feature 401 residential units and as much as 12,900sqft of retail space, plus 175 buried parking spaces.
More details: Wilkes Co. pitches 400-unit NoMa mixed-use building (Washington Business Journal, 10/15/14).
Urban Turf runs down eleven(!) large residential developments headed to H Street and Trinidad.
The 1,076 Units Coming to the H Street Corridor (Urban Turf, 10/8/14)
The Washington Business Journal has an update on the Capitol Fringe purchase of the former CONNERSMITH Gallery (1358 Florida Ave). According to the article, Fringe hopes to be open as soon as November 30th of this year. They plan to add a bar and beer garden to go with their theater and rehearsal spaces.
Capital Fringe agrees to purchase new Florida Avenue home for $4.5 million (Washington Business Journal, 10/7/14)
The Washington Post has a nice story looking at the evolution of Union Market (1309 5th Street).
Two Years in, Union Market Thrives (Washington Post, 10/13/14).