September 09, 2015
Toby Bozzuto is stepping into his father's role as chief executive officer of the Bozzuto Group.
The younger Bozzuto has succeeded Thomas S. Bozzuto. The move became official Tuesday. In his new role, Toby Bozzuto will provide both strategic and day-to-day leadership of the company and its more than 2,000 employees, and pursue growth of the company's four operating businesses.
July 02, 2015
The Bozzuto Group recently held the grand opening of the long-anticipated Cathedral Commons development, which includes 137 rental apartments and eight upscale townhouses for rent.
The mixed-use development, at 3401 Idaho Ave. NW near the National Cathedral, cost $125 million to build.
It includes 125,000 square feet of retail space with a Giant Food store, a CVS Pharmacy, a Starbucks, a SunTrust Bank, a… Continue reading
June 17, 2015
Winners to Be Honored October 5–8 at ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco
WASHINGTON (June 17, 2015) — Twenty-two real estate developments have been selected as finalists in the 2015 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Global Awards for Excellence competition, widely recognized as one of the land use industry’s most prestigious award programs. This year’s finalists represent developments from around the globe, including six… Continue reading
Baltimore Business Journal: Baltimore Officials Call on Developers to Follow Bozzuto's Lead as Locust Point Apartment Project Begins
June 03, 2015
Developers and city leaders looked forward Wednesday during a ceremonial groundbreaking for the Bozzuto Group's next luxury apartment project in Locust Point.
Construction on the $100 million, nine-story Anthem House began in May, but the ceremony was delayed by the recent riots. The building is expected to open in spring 2017 and feature a… Continue reading
June 03, 2015
Ceremonial dirt lay piled in the parking lot. Golden shovels were in place. Past the shoulders of city leaders and big-name CEOs, excavators prepared the grounds for a new $100 million apartment complex in South Baltimore.
"This is not your typical groundbreaking," said Tom Bozzuto, CEO of The Bozzuto Group, which along with Scott Plank's War Horse LLC and Solstice Partners is working on the 292-unit development.… Continue reading
January 05, 2015
Leasing is now underway for 137 apartments in Cathedral Commons, a mixed-use development at 3401 Idaho Ave. NW in Washington scheduled to open in the fall of 2015.
The building will offer a hotel-style lobby, 24-hour concierge services, a fitness center, a library, a resident lounge, community social functions, courtyards and a rooftop deck.
Rent for the one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments will vary from $2,300… Continue reading
November 10, 2014
The Bozzuto Group has started work on another apartment project in the Washington, D.C., area. Called Union on Queen, it is a public-private partnership between Bozzuto, the 40-year old non-profit developer Wesley Housing Development Corp., Arlington County, Capital One Bank, Hudson Housing Capital, Walker & Dunlop and The Virginia Housing Development Authority.
State and company officials were… Continue reading
November 03, 2014
Multi-Housing News: Montgomery County, StonebridgeCarras, Bozzuto Form Partnership to Redevelop Downtown Wheaton
November 01, 2014
Downtown Wheaton is getting a makeover. Montgomery County, StonebridgeCarras LLC and The Bozzuto Group recently formed a joint venture and plan to start work on about 1.1 million square feet of mixed-use projects that will reshape the Wheaton Triangle and the site of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission headquarters in Silver Spring.
Under the terms of… Continue reading
October 31, 2014
Bozzuto Homes, a subsidiary of The Bozzuto Group, is working hard to answer the need for condominiums in the Washington, D.C., area. In the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood, at 460 New York Ave., the company is developing an 11-story condominium community and has recently celebrated the ”topping out” of the building.
The new community is called 460NYA. Bozzuto broke ground on the project in the… Continue reading