September 04, 2013
There are few sure bets for bookstores these days but college campuses remain one of them.
Bookseller Barnes & Noble said Wednesday that it will open a 14,000-square-foot new store in Brookland in 2014 that will serve as the college bookstore for the Catholic University of America.
The store will serve as an anchor for the university’s Monroe Street Market project, a $200 million mixed-use project that… Continue reading
September 04, 2013
In leasing the anchor retail space at Monroe Street Market in D.C.'s Brookland Neighborhood to a Barnes & Noble college bookstore, co-developer Bozzuto Group took some inspiration from our sister city to the north.
Bozzuto finalized a deal with Barnes & Noble at Catholic University to take 14,000 square feet in the mixed-use, multi-phase development. The store will sell… Continue reading
August 23, 2013
Hands down, the best thing about Melissa Esposito's new artist studio space at Monroe Street Market? Once again being able to sit at her dining room table.
Esposito is founder of Craftgasm, a vintage-inspired paper products business based in D.C. She and fellow vintage lover Lisa Rowan of Beltway Vintage just moved into their… Continue reading
August 16, 2013
In our city of row houses, until recently, apartment buildings were the exception.
Among them, the Marlborough on Eutaw Place was the historic gold standard; Mies van der Rohe’s Highfield House on North Charles Street was the modern one. The standard for adaptive reuse was set by Tindeco Wharf in Canton.
With household sizes getting smaller and young people trending toward cities, urban… Continue reading
August 15, 2013
Bozzuto Group President Toby Bozzuto has been appointed to the Urban Land Institute’s national advisory board for housing.
Bozzuto will help guide “strategic direction and ongoing program guidance” for ULI’s efforts to shape housing policy and create housing opportunities nationwide. Bozzuto, formerly head of the Bozzuto Group’s development company, became company president in February.
Bozzuto Group had $1.1 billion in revenue in… Continue reading
Washington Business Journal: Which D.C.-Area Employers are Rated Highest on Glassdoor.com? It Might Surprise You.
August 14, 2013
Which D.C.-area employers get the best (and worst) reviews from their employees on Glassdoor.com?
Click here to view the slideshow (Bozzuto is ranked #8): http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/blog/2013/08/which-employers-in-greater-washington.html?s=image_gallery
We asked Glassdoor, a website where current and former employees can anonymously rate their workplace by a bunch… Continue reading
July 24, 2013
The Urban Land Institute's Baltimore District Council has given its lifetime achievement award to Thomas S. Bozzuto.
Bozzuto, CEO of Greenbelt-based Bozzuto Group, has overseen nearly 50,000 residential units worth nearly $7 billion during his more than 40 years in real estate.
The Greenbelt-based company recently opened its $72 million,… Continue reading
July 09, 2013
Hines and the TFI US Real Estate Fund have selected Bozzuto Management Co. to market and manage the apartment component of the mixed-use CityCenterDC development in Washington, DC. Greenbelt, Md.-based Bozzuto currently manages more than 130 properties on the Eastern Seaboard. In 2011, MHN voted Bozzuto Property Management Company of the Year, and in 2000 and… Continue reading
July 08, 2013
Hines Interests LP has picked Greenbelt's Bozzuto Management Co. to handle leasing at its CityCenterDC apartments in advance of the $700 million project's planned completion this fall.
The 458-unit Apartments at CityCenter is one part of the larger CityCenterDC, a redevelopment of the former convention center site at New York Avenue and Ninth Street NW.… Continue reading
June 21, 2013
Driving past Bozzuto Group’s Union Wharf project on Wolfe Street in Fells Point, you’d hardly guess the building is poised to become one of the city’s premiere apartment buildings.
Its brick facade, sloping setbacks of the upper-floor terraces and absence of flashy materials make the building… Continue reading