Baltimore Business Journal: Bozzuto, H&S Properties Partner on 'Absolutely Stunning' Harbor East Project
October 14, 2014
Bozzuto Group is partnering with H&S Properties Inc. on an ambitious project that will be among the tallest buildings in Harbor East and could cost as much as $100 million.
The companies are plotting a 291-unit apartment tower that will include 49 condominiums and between 50,000 and 60,000 square feet of retail on a site just south of the H&S Bakery distribution… Continue reading
October 14, 2014
As published on GlobeSt.com.
The focus this week in GlobeSt.com’s ongoing coverage of NAHB Pillars of the Industry Award Winners brings us to a project that manages to blend community, history and forward-thinking amenities.
Winning Project: Union Wharf
Category: Best Rental Apartment Community, Non-Garden, Five Stories or Less
Other Winning Category: 2014 Community of the Year
Developer: The Bozzuto Group
Architect: Hord Coplan Macht
Interior… Continue reading
Washington Post: Commentary -- Orioles and Nats Show What Happens When an Organization Acts Like an Organism
September 28, 2014
By Thomas Bozzuto, Chairman & CEO, The Bozzuto Group
In case you’ve been living in outer space, let me be the first to inform you that both the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles have won their division championships. And they both clinched the titles on the same day. If these teams keep playing the way they have all season, we may even see a beltway World Series.
Multi-Housing News: Toby Bozzuto Named ‘Developer of the Year’ by Maryland Building Industry Association
September 22, 2014
The Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA) has named Toby Bozzuto, president of The Bozzuto Group, as its Developer of the Year. The award was given at the organization’s Land Development Council Awards of Excellence ceremony on September 18, 2014.
In late August, the Home Builders Association of Maryland and the Maryland-National Capital Building Industry Association merged to… Continue reading
September 04, 2014
Leasing is set to begin Saturday on the first rental units coming up at National Harbor.
The Esplanade, a Bozzuto project with 262 units ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, will encompass roughly 486,00 square feet, including garage parking and retail space.
“This is our first venture with [real estate development firm] Peterson Companies,” says Doris Gantos, senior vice president at Bozzuto, based in Greenbelt, Md.… Continue reading
September 01, 2014
As published in the PMA Bulletin:http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e870f33d#/e870f33d/33
In this BULLETIN, we talk with Toby Bozzuto, president of The Bozzuto Group, about apartment buildings of the future, the importance of understanding the Millennial generation, the role of innovation and the need to bring new ideas to the multifamily residential industry. Here, Toby also reveals the formula for success that he learned from his father and explains what he would do… Continue reading
August 20, 2014
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… Continue reading
Multi-Housing News: Bozzuto Communities Named Best Apartments in NY and Arlington, Va., says J Turner Research
August 15, 2014
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… Continue reading
July 24, 2014
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… Continue reading
July 15, 2014
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… Continue reading