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Urban Turf: Brookland’s Monroe Street Market Breaks Ground

November 09, 2011

Abdo Development, The Bozzuto Group and Mayor Vincent Gray broke ground this morning at Monroe Street Market, a $200 million development that will bring residential, retail and artist studio space to Brookland.

Located on Catholic University’s south campus, the 8.9 acre plot, bounded on the north side by Michigan Avenue, will be located on five city blocks adjacent to the Brookland-CUA Metro. When complete, the community will consist of 718 residential units, 45… Continue reading

NBC Washington: Groundbreaking for Monroe Street Market, New Mixed-Use development Near Catholic University

November 09, 2011

Mayor Vincent Gray helped break ground Wednesday for a brand new mixed-use development that officials say will transform the Brookland neighborhood.

Monroe Street Market will be combination of residential, retail and community space along five city blocks near the Brookland-CUA Metro station and on the South Campus of The Catholic University of America.

The multi-phase project will ultimately house more than 700… Continue reading

Washington Business Journal: Abdo, Bozzuto to Break Ground Near Catholic University

November 04, 2011

Abdo Development and Bozzuto Group are slated to break ground Nov. 9 on a $200 million development by Catholic University of America that they’re hoping will create a whole new market for homes, shops and offices in the Brookland neighborhood.

The pair are planning to build nearly 720 residential units, 45 townhomes and 83,000 on the site, which they were tapped by Catholic University to develop back in 2008. The project is also slated to include… Continue reading

Washingtonian: Luxury Apartments in Washington—With Units Still Available

October 10, 2011

A fickle real-estate market has driven some potential buyers to luxury apartments. With high-end amenities and stylish interiors, new rentals are not a bad place to be.

When pediatrician Amanda Levin moved here from Chicago this past summer, she and her husband, Dave, an orthopedic surgeon, decided to skip house-hunting and instead rent a two-bedroom apartment at Upstairs at Bethesda Row.

“We wanted to make sure our jobs were working out and that the… Continue reading

Multifamily Executive: Mark Alfieri, Kenneth Naylor, The Bozzuto Group Win Big at the 2011 MFE Awards

October 07, 2011

Mark Alfieri, COO of the multifamily platform at Dallas-based Behringer Harvard, was named the 2011 Executive of the Year by Multifamily Executive magazine at the MFE Awards luncheon in Las Vegas on Oct. 4, 2011. Alfieri was one of two individual honors and more than 40 awards presented at the event, which recognizes exceptional people, projects, and programs across 18 categories.

Alfieri was honored for the rapid growth he… Continue reading

Multi-Housing News: MHN Celebrates 2011 Excellence Winners at Ohm in NYC

September 22, 2011

MHN hosted a cocktail party on Monday, September 19 in honor of its 2011 MHN Excellence Award winners and finalists. The event was held at Ohm, a luxury apartment property in West Chelsea. Event sponsors included Benoit & Associates, Douglaston Development and PropertyShark.

MHN Editor-in-Chief Diana Mosher kicked off the event by leading a Q &A with Steven Charno, president of Douglaston Development, the developer of Ohm. They discussed the… Continue reading

Metro Business Media: New Details on National Harbor's First Apartment Project Being Developed By Bozzuto and The Peterson Companies

September 14, 2011

National Harbor, the mixed-use development that became an overnight success continues to diversify and expand with the addition of a brand-new apartment project.

The Bozzuto Group and The Peterson Companies teamed up to announce in late 2010, plans to develop an apartment building at the $4 Billion National Harbor along the Potomac River in Prince George's county. Now more details of the project… Continue reading

New York Times: Renting Is All the Rage

September 08, 2011

Brokers these days, wrestling with dwindling sales, would have their clients believe that there is no better time than the present to buy a home. Prices are down, they say, and mortgage rates are at all-time lows.

Unfortunately for the brokers, many clients are not persuaded by that logic. Instead, in increasing numbers, they are choosing to rent — unconvinced that the housing market has yet hit bottom.

Mark Overton and Stephanie Engeln, both in their 50s and residents of Hudson Park,… Continue reading

Multi-Housing News: National Harbor Establishes Brisk Sales Pace in D.C. Area

August 18, 2011

Washington, D.C.–The Peterson Cos.’ National Harbor development, one of only half a dozen planned communities in the Washington, D.C. metro area, has captured the attention of a great many home buyers over the past 18 months. In a brutally tough sales market, and in a county disproportionately impacted by the foreclosure crisis, more than 100 homes were sold in National Harbor between early 2010 and first quarter 2011.

“We have a range of price points,… Continue reading

Citybizlist Baltimore: Bozzuto Opens Leasing Office for The Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads

August 08, 2011

The Bozzuto Group has opened its leasing office within The Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads, a 365-unit rental apartment home community contained within the 1,000-acre Baltimore Crossroads @95 mixed-use development near the White Marsh section of Baltimore County, MD.

Featuring LEED elements, the initial phase of the complex featuring 100 units is expected to be delivered this November, with completion of all 365 units in April 2012.

The… Continue reading