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Washington Post: Maple Lawn is Establishing Itself as a Vibrant Place in Howard County

March 10, 2014

Published in the Washington Post

With its 19th- and early-20th-century architectural styles and streets under construction, parts of Maple Lawn look almost like a movie set.

But, residents say, as Howard County grows, Maple Lawn is establishing itself as a vibrant community.

The planned community at the intersection of Routes 216 and 29 in Fulton is about midway through development, says Elaine Lodge, on-site manager of the Maple Lawn… Continue reading

Washington Post: Gaithersburg Project Adds Apartments to the Mix

February 24, 2014

Published in the Washington Post

Studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom rentals are now among the residential options in the mixed-use community of Downtown Crown off Interstates 270 and 370 in Gaithersburg.

Cadence at Crown

Cadence Apartments join a community that already is home to townhouses, a grocery store, a gym and a coffee shop. The apartment building, developed by The Bozzuto Group, includes a 24-hour fitness center, an Internet café with business amenities and a… Continue reading

Washington Post: New Condos Coming to Mount Vernon Triangle

February 18, 2014

Published in the Washington Post

Residents of D.C.’s Mount Vernon Triangle have plenty of options when it comes to new and renovated apartments and row houses. Now the neighborhood will be home to a high-rise condominium under development by Bozzuto Homes.

The development, called 460 New York Avenue, is an 11-story high-rise with 63 homes at the corner of 4th Street NW and New York Avenue.

The lower levels of the building were created from a converted brick… Continue reading

Washington Post: At The Bozzuto Group, a Discount for Staffers on Home Purchases and Upgrades

January 06, 2014

Published in the Washington Post

Company: The Bozzuto Group.

Location: Greenbelt.

Employees: 1,560

When Kelly Allbritton and her husband were thinking about decamping from the District to the suburbs, they considered two options: They could purchase a new home, or they could move into a home they already owned in Columbia that they were renting out.

Thanks to a benefit from Allbritton’s employer, Bozzuto Group, the first option… Continue reading

Multi-Housing News TV: Jamie Gorski on Why Apartment Customers Expect Great Design

December 13, 2013

Published on Multi-Housing News.

Jamie Gorski, senior vice president, corporate marketing, The Bozzuto Group, speaks to Multi-Housing News at the National Multi Housing Council’s 2013 OpTech conference. Gorski says many multi-housing customers are used to great design, and that perhaps apartments could start leading, not following, other industries in cutting-edge design. Under Toby Bozzuto’s leadership, the company understands… Continue reading

Washington Post: Andy Shallal, Restaurant Owner and D.C. Mayoral Candidate, Plans Busboys and Poets for Brookland

December 03, 2013

Published in the Washington Post

Andy Shallal is running for mayor in D.C. but he still has a business to run, and it’s expanding.

Shallal has signed a lease with the Bozzuto Group to open a Busboys and Poets restaurant as part of the Monroe Street project being built in the Northeast Washington neighborhood of Brookland.

The $200 million mixed-use project is on nine acres adjacent to a Red Line Metro station and… Continue reading

Baltimore Business Journal: Bozzuto's Next Baltimore Apartment Project Nods at Under Armour with Fitness Theme and Proximity to Campus

September 27, 2013

Published in the Baltimore Business Journal

The Bozzuto Group has unveiled plans for a 275-unit apartment and retail project that company President Toby Bozzuto said will transform the entrance to Locust Point.

The nine-story, $80 million project will rise from the former General Electric Service Center site at 900 E. Fort Ave., across the street from Southside Marketplace, and will include a… Continue reading

Multi-Housing News: Bozzuto and MGL Partners to Develop $75M D.C.-Area Community

September 18, 2013

Published in the Multi-Housing News

Financing has closed and ground been broken on The Frasier, a $75 million apartment project right across the Potomac from Washington, D.C., in Alexandria, Va. Greenbelt, Md.-based real estate services company The Bozzuto Group and Denver-based development company MGL Partners are teaming to develop the 249-unit community in the Potomac Yard District.

The Frasier will give residents a number of outstanding… Continue reading

Baltimore Business Journal: Rotunda Developers Break Ground on $100M Expansion

September 18, 2013

Published in the Baltimore Business Journal

Demand for apartments is a top reason Hekemian & Co. has confidence to move forward with the redevelopment of the Rotunda in North Baltimore.

The 379 apartments are being planned as part of an upscale, amenity-rich complex in the mold of many of the luxury apartments that have enjoyed high occupancy rates since post-recession development restarted in 2010. The family-owned New Jersey-based Hekemian,… Continue reading

Annapolis Capital: New Apartment Complex Open at Annapolis Towne Centre

September 17, 2013

Published in the Annapolis Capital

Jessica Felline grew so tired of her commute to the Annapolis area she decided to move here.

Now, the 26-year-old is among the 33 occupants living at the new Crosswinds apartment complex at the Annapolis Towne Centre in Parole. The former Hanover resident spent most of her time driving to jobs in Annapolis and Parole.

Now she lives in a one-bedroom apartment with a den that’s about a five-minute walk from Whole Foods… Continue reading