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… Continue reading
July 15, 2014
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,… Continue reading
June 20, 2014
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… Continue reading
June 18, 2014
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,… Continue reading
June 16, 2014
In case you missed this, “transit-oriented development” (TOD) has become the hottest thing since the Commuter Tunnel on SEPTA’s Regional Rail network. Vacant land next to stations has sprouted apartments, and abandoned factories have been turned into offices, in a number of suburbs throughout the region.
So it was only a matter of time before the trend crossed the city line into Philly itself. We took you on a tour… Continue reading
May 06, 2014
More news for the Cathedral Commons development: Barcelona Wine Bar will open a location there. That's the third committed Barcelona for the D.C. area — one is open on 14th Street, and another is coming to Reston, along with the company's Bartaco concept.
Cathedral Commons developer The Bozzuto Group announced several leases today, including a previously reported location of Raku, a Starbucks, and a handful of service-oriented retailers… Continue reading
May 06, 2014
A new Giant grocery store isn’t the only thing coming to the Cathedral Commons project in Cleveland Park.
Developer The Bozzuto Group announced Tuesday that seven retailers, including new locations for restaurants Barcelona and Raku, have signed on to open in the new development. The other retailers include iDoc Optical, Wells Fargo, SunTrust, CVS Pharmacy, and Starbucks. A 56,000 square-foot Giant will anchor the… Continue reading
May 06, 2014
Published in District Source.
Barcelona and Raku are two of the seven tenants that have signed on for the mixed-use Cathedral Commons on Wisconsin Avenue in upper Northwest D.C. The site, 3110 Wisconsin Ave. NW, will be anchored by a new Giant grocery store, replacing the old, outdated Giant store, in additional to new residential buildings.
Cathedral Commons, otherwise known as the massive construction project next to neighborhood favorites 2… Continue reading
Baltimore Business Journal: Bozzuto is Designing Massive Apartments for its Locust Point Complex to Attract Empty Nesters
May 05, 2014
Bozzuto Group is experimenting with an apartment model geared toward empty nesters.
Bozzuto’s planned 275-unit Locust Point complex will feature about eight apartments with large floor plans — between 1,600 and 1,800 square feet — in addition to harbor views and high-end fixtures and finishes. The $80 million project is scheduled to break ground at East… Continue reading