The developer, WestMill Capital Partners, plans to lease the building to a local retail or restaurant business. Once a lease is signed, the tenant will begin construction to upgrade the building for their proposed use.
Shift Capital, as owner and developer, plans to redevelop the property and lease it to the Transfer Station, a community-oriented co-working, retail, education and event space. Shift Capital believes that the property offers an opportunity...
Guerrilla Development believes publicly owned properties should be sold to developers who promote public investment, enabling community members to invest in, and share the financial benefit of new development in their city.
6,510 square foot building located along the up and coming H Street NE corridor. The property is directly across from the planned unit development, H Street Connection, a 400,000 sq. ft. mixed-use project containing 360 new residential units.
Two-story commercial building with an outdoor courtyard and garage located next to Rock & Roll Hotel on the 1300 block of H Street NE. Share in potential profits of a new business from the creators of Toki Underground and DURKL.
Redbrick intends to use the additional capital raised from this preferred equity offering to rezone the property and complete the entitlement process. Under the proposed new site plan the property would be rezoned for 75-100 units of residential.
3,600 square foot building located in the heart of the rapidly growing Shaw neighborhood. Within walking distance of two metro stations, the property is ideally situated between 1.5 million square feet of development currently underway.
1-acre property currently home to Autozone, which is operating under a ground-lease on the site. Long-term the property has great development potential. Under the existing zoning overlay, can accommodate roughly 116,000 sq. ft. of development.
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