December 05, 2011
District-based The Bozzuto Group has been tapped by Giant Food LLC to develop the Cathedral Commons mixed-use project in Northwest D.C.
The $125 million, two-block project -- which will include 137 apartment units, eight townhomes and more than 500 parking spaces -- will replace a long-obsolescent Giant Food store on Wisconsin Avenue and bring to a close a long and contentious fight from some residents of the Cleveland Park and Cathedral… Continue reading
December 04, 2011
The Bozzuto Group has acquired a stake in a promising parcel of land that has been subject to one of the District’s longest-running development debates.
The Greenbelt-based homebuilder has been selected by Giant Food as a development partner for the grocer’s $125 million mixed-use project on Wisconsin Avenue Northwest, where it will attempt to finally break ground on plans that have been in the works since 1999.
Built more than 50 years ago, the… Continue reading
December 01, 2011
The Bozzuto Group will match up to $15,000 for every homebuyer who signs up for its new bridal registry program.
The Greenbelt-based home builder’s Bozzuto Bridal Registry allows engaged couples to register money they receive, instead of or in addition to, traditional bridal registries. Those funds must be used toward the purchase of a new Bozzuto Home. Bozzuto will match contributions up to $15,000.
“Given the current economic and employment… Continue reading
November 29, 2011
The builder will match gifts contributed toward the purchase of a home, up to $15,000.
Engaged couples are accustomed to making the registry rounds to pick out china patterns and cutlery sets, but Greenbelt, Md.–based Bozzuto Homes is asking soon-to-be newlyweds to think passed all that and consider where they’ll be housing that china—and themselves—with its new Bozzuto Bridal Registry.
Launched yesterday, the program allows engaged couples to pick… Continue reading
November 29, 2011
Fine china. A new crockpot. The down payment to a new home. What was on your bridal registry?
The Bozzuto Group, a Washington, D.C., based real estate company with services across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, announced that it is launching its Bozzuto Bridal Registry, where engaged couples can register for money that would be used towards the purchase of a new home—and it can be any property in the Bozzuto community. The best part? Bozzuto will match the… Continue reading
November 29, 2011
Add new homes to the list of gifts you can register for as you're planning a wedding.
Greenbelt-based Bozzuto Homes announced yesterday that it has launched a bridal registry to allow friends and relatives of engaged couples to contribute to their down payment. The company says it will match up to $15,000, with its contribution going to closing costs.
The first couple that signed up is buying a home in Ellicott City.
Homebuilders appear to be moving in this direction across the… Continue reading
November 28, 2011
The Bozzuto Group recently announced a new program for people who want to buy one of the homes in their portfolio and it involves up to a free fifteen grand for any lovebirds tying the knot (or starting a domestic partnership). Couples can ask friends and family to donate to a their bridal registry fund and Bozzuto will match up to $15,000 towards the house purchase. There are a few stipulations so click on over for the fine print.
November 18, 2011
Greenbelt developer on regional building boom
The privately held firm said it expects to begin construction next year on the Esplanade, a 371-unit mixed-use apartment community that will be the first residential rental property in National Harbor in Oxon Hill.
The Peterson Cos. of Fairfax, Va., the master developer of National Harbor, is a partner in the joint venture.
The Esplanade is designed to play up the riverside appeal of the Prince George's… Continue reading
November 17, 2011
What goes up must come down.
That’s the tale of monthly multifamily housing unit starts, which have traditionally shown volatility due to seasonality and the long-term nature of obtaining permitting and approval for apartment communities. Today, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) announced an 8.3 percent decline in multifamily starts in October, following an “unsustainably large gain” of 51.3 percent in August.
The good news is that the annualized… Continue reading
November 14, 2011
Ground has been broken for the multi-phase, multi-use Monroe Street Market in Washington, D.C., which will include 720 multifamily residential units and 45 townhomes, along with a number of commercial property uses. The goal, according to developers The Bozzuto Group, Abdo Development and Pritzker Realty Group, is to create college-town-style Main Street.
That’s a fitting notion, since the development is located on 8.9 acres of Catholic University’s campus in… Continue reading