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Washington’s latest church-to-condo conversion may be the city’s most awe-inspiring to date. The Sanctuary, located at 819 D Street, NE in the Stanton Park neighborhood of prestigious Capitol Hill, offers 30 distinctive homes carefully designed and built within the stately red brick walls of a 19th-century Gothic Revival church. The building’s meticulous restoration produces incredible spaces with soaring ceilings, monumental windows, and residences that will not be…Continue
Posted on June 21, 2016 at 12:23pm
Urban Pace, which provides marketing, sales, advisory, and consulting services to real estate developers, has joined forces with The Long & Foster Companies. Urban Pace will continue to operate with its same team, brand, and current office location.
“Long & Foster identified the growing demand for urban vertical living as an enormous opportunity, and decided that they want to be part of that evolution,” said Urban Pace founder Lynn Hackney. “Investing in the Urban Pace brand,…Continue
Posted on April 18, 2016 at 4:40pm
The JCR Companies of Washington, DC has acquired Signal Hill Shopping Center in Manassas, VA for $22.6 million in an off-market transaction. Regency Centers was the seller; Sandy Spring Bank provided acquisition financing.
This 105,781 square foot grocery-anchored shopping center enjoys a highly visible location along the vibrant Liberia Avenue retail corridor, sharing the Signal Hill Road intersection with a high-volume Walmart Supercenter. Signal Hill’s synergistic mix of dynamic…Continue
Posted on March 27, 2016 at 11:35pm
Housing prices in the Washington, DC metropolitan area have reached their highest prices since 2006, according to Urban Pace’s end-of-the-year housing market report. At the same time, housing inventory growth declined last year and is down more than 60 percent from its 2007 peak.
“Our analysis of the data in the Urban Pace report clearly indicates one thing: a healthy housing market in 2016 and most likely beyond,” said Lynn Hackney, President of Urban Pace, a Washington, DC-based…Continue
Posted on February 15, 2016 at 2:00pm
Main Street Movies 5 will open a five-screen, state-of-the-art movie theater with reserved, reclining seats and refreshments from local vendors at the Newark (DE) Shopping Center in August of 2016. The new theater will replace the shuttered Newark Cinema Center, which operated from the early 1960’s through October of 2015.
Main Street Movies 5 has signed an 18,000 square foot lease with Atlantic Realty Companies of Tysons, VA, which acquired the Newark Shopping Center four…Continue
Posted on January 22, 2016 at 5:05pm