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Lauren Neuvel
Director, PR & Corporate Communications
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Lneuvel@bozzuto.com

JustLuxe.com: Baltimore's Union Wharf is the Small-Town-Meets-Hip-NYC Building You Should Live In

August 20, 2014

As published on JustLuxe.com.

Baltimore, Maryland's Union Wharf is apparently where you need to be if you've always wanted to live in the glamorous world of Gossip Girl, but with the small-town feel of Gilmore Girls—these are still current references, right? There's a new waterfront luxury apartment building in the neighborhood (cleverly called Union Wharf as well) that, with the help of fantastic photography, is selling the lifestyle that comes with living there. Plus, if you move in you can be neighbors… Continue reading

Multi-Housing News: Bozzuto Communities Named Best Apartments in NY and Arlington, Va., says J Turner Research

August 15, 2014

As published in Mult-Housing News.

Bozzuto Management Company, a Greenbelt, Md.-based residential property management company active throughout the East Coast, announced that Bozzuto communities were named as the “Best Property” in two of the largest and most competitive markets in the country – New York and Arlington, Va.

Based on a national online reputation assessment study by J Turner Research, The Sagamore in New York and the Concord in Crystal City in Arlington, Va., have the most satisfied apartment… Continue reading

U.S. News & World Report: 'Nuanced View' Needed When It Comes to Millennials

July 24, 2014

As published in U.S. News & World Report.

The homeownership rate among millennials is the lowest it’s been since the Census Bureau began tabulating the figures by age in 1982, and many worry about the lasting drag the group might have on the housing market. At the same time, there’s good reason to believe that millennials, those ages 18 to 34, aren't that different from other generations and will pick up their purchasing before too long – they just entered adulthood at a really unfortunate time.… Continue reading

Washington Post: At Brookland’s Newest Apartments, An Unlikely Amenity -- Artists.

July 15, 2014

As published in the Washington Post.

The work table in Cedric Baker’s studio in Brookland is strewn with paint bottles and sketches and blank canvases he will eventually fill with pigment and slash with bold lines.

On this Thursday evening, however, painting is on hold as Baker greets visitors to the studio. The guests are more than potential customers for his paintings; they’re the target market for a developer hoping they might someday want to rent a luxury apartment nearby.

The Arts Walk, as the string… Continue reading

The Daily Record: Bozzuto Videos Tout Union Wharf Apartments

July 15, 2014

As published in The Daily Record.

Bozzuto is using video to entice potential renters to its Union Wharf Apartments in Fells Point.

The company has released three YouTube videos on the architecture of the development, the lifestyle at the building and the surrounding community.

“There was a concrete factory on this site and we took our inspiration from that,” architect Chris Harvey explains in the architecture video.

The luxury apartments feature studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor layouts.  Monthly… Continue reading

Washington Post: New Condos to Jazz Up U Street Corridor

July 14, 2014

As published in the Washington Post.

Bozzuto Homes, a division of the Bozzuto Group, is prepping the site and will start construction later this summer on Parker15, a nine-story condominium building at 2011 15th St. NW.

Named after jazz saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker in a nod to the jazz history of the U Street Corridor, the condo at 15th and V streets will have 96 units, including studios and one- and two-bedroom floorplans.

The development, which is rising in place of a former parking lot that previously was… Continue reading

Multi-Housing News: Bozzuto Construction Begins Work on New DC Development

July 02, 2014

As published in Multi-Housing News. 

Bozzuto Construction has announced that it has commenced site work on a $42 million condominium development at V Street NW and 15th Street NW in the popular U Street Corridor of Washington, D.C.

The V Street development is to be a nine-story structure with 96 condominiums in a mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom floor plans. The development is a joint venture involving Bozzuto Homes and NVCommercial Real Estate Fund I.

The community is the second property in Washington, D.C.,… Continue reading

ElevationDC: Bozzuto to Begin Work on 15th & V Condos This Month

June 26, 2014

As published on ElevationDC. 

Bozzuto Homes begins work on the site of a nine-story condo building at 15th and V NW this month. Construction is expected to start in late summer.

The 96 condominiums at 2011 15th Street NW will be combination of studios, one- and two-bedroom units. The building is expected to be finished in late 2015. The project cost is $42 million, according to Lauren Neuvel, spokesperson for Bozzuto Homes.

The building will have a community lounge, meeting room, ground-floor patio, rooftop deck,… Continue reading

Elevation DC: Cathedral Commons Signs Seven Retailers, Angles for More

June 20, 2014

As published in Elevation DC.

When leasing begins this fall at Wisconsin Avenue’s Cathedral Commons, new stores and services will also open there.
 
Another outpost of Asian-food stalwart Raku will open at the complex, as will Barcelona Wine Bar; iDoc Optical, a Starbucks, and a CVS. Branches of Wells Fargo and SunTrust Banks are also being added.
 
A giant Giant Food, clocking in at 56,000 square feet, will anchor the whole thing, says Jeff Kayce, the vice president of development at Bozzuto who is leading… Continue reading

The Georgetown Current: Cathedral Commons Aims to Wrap Up Work This Year

June 18, 2014

As published in The Georgetown Current. 

The long-planned Cathedral Commons project at Wisconsin Avenue and Newark Street continues to take shape, as construction progresses on the large mixed-use development and more retail tenants sign leases.

Cathedral Commons, which is replacing the neighborhood’s one-story Giant Food supermarket and a nearby shopping strip, is expected to be complete in December. Lauren Neuvel, spokesperson for developer Bozzuto, said yesterday that residential leasing will begin in September,… Continue reading