Howard University is partnering with Urban Investment Partners and Neighborhood Development Corporation to redevelop two former dormitories into residential apartments. The partnership will renovate and convert the two structures into 162 modern rental apartments. Located in the LeDroit Park neighborhood of Washington, DC, George Washington Carver Hall (211 Elm Street, NW) and Lucy Diggs Slowe Hall (1919 3rd Street, NW) were built in 1942 to accommodate War Department workers. For more than 60 years, the buildings have served as student dormitories for the University.
Urban Investment Partners (UIP) of Washington, DC has acquired a ten-story building at 2601 Virginia Avenue, NW across from the Watergate mixed-use complex for $36 million. The seller was George Washington University (GWU), which had used the building as student housing for 17 years. Hall on Virginia Avenue achieved notoriety while operating as a Howard […]
Three Washington, DC real estate firms — The JCR Companies, CAS Riegler Companies, and RS Snead Construction — have joined forces to create The JACK GROUP, offering a wide range of real estate services including leasing, acquisition, development, and construction. The JACK GROUP combines JCR’s retail experience with CAS Riegler’s residential development expertise and Snead’s […]
Community Open House on Alexandria’s Beauregard Corridor Saturday, February 11, 2012, Shops at Mark Center
Citizens can learn about plans for Alexandria’s Beauregard Corridor at a free Community Open House, to be held at the Shops at Mark Center on Saturday, February 11, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Representatives from the property owners for the redevelopment sites and their consultants will be on hand to answer questions about […]