Douglas Development

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Douglas Development, from most recent to least.

H Street Project Could Break Ground in a Year, Offer Large Apartments

H Street Project Could Break Ground in a Year, Offer Large Apartments

Lark Turner | March 6th 2014 | 3 Comments

Douglas Development's H Street project will include roughly 30 units and 30,000 square feet of retail. ... read »

32 Units and a Crate & Barrel For H Street?

32 Units and a Crate & Barrel For H Street?

Shilpi Paul | September 6th 2013 | 6 Comments

Douglas Development is considering building 32-unit residential building and two-story retail space, possibly with a Crate & Barrel, at 501 H Street... read »

Inside Shaw’s Revamped Wonder Bread Factory

Inside Shaw’s Revamped Wonder Bread Factory

Shilpi Paul | August 6th 2013 | 1 Comment

The Wonder Bread factory, a former baking warehouse turned office and retail project in Shaw, is nearing completion. ... read »

220-Unit Residential Building And Harris Teeter Planned For Georgia Avenue

220-Unit Residential Building And Harris Teeter Planned For Georgia Avenue

Shilpi Paul | May 21st 2013 | 4 Comments

DC's Harris Teeter boom continues. A recently proposed project at the intersection of Georgia Avenue, Eastern Avenue and Kalmia Road would bring 220... read »

HPRB Approves Office/Retail Project on 9th Street

HPRB Approves Office/Retail Project on 9th Street

Shilpi Paul | May 3rd 2013 | 1 Comment

On Thursday, the Historic Preservation Review Board approved Douglas Development's concept for an office and retail development along 9th Street NW.... read »

Kalorama Condos, Uline Arena Receive Unaminous HPRB Approval

Kalorama Condos, Uline Arena Receive Unaminous HPRB Approval

Shilpi Paul | April 26th 2013

A proposed 16-unit condo project on Kalorama Road as well as plans to redevelop Uline Arena received unanimous support from the Historic Preservation... read »

What Will Uline Arena Eventually Look Like?

What Will Uline Arena Eventually Look Like?

UrbanTurf Staff | April 4th 2013 | 7 Comments

UrbanTurf got our hands on a few more renderings of The Coliseum. ... read »

25-Unit Condo Project to H Street; Uline Arena to be The Coliseum

25-Unit Condo Project to H Street; Uline Arena to be The Coliseum

Shilpi Paul | April 4th 2013 | 7 Comments

A 25-unit condo project will start construction on H Street NE this summer and the re-invention of Uline Arena will be called The Coliseum. ... read »

New Office/Retail Concept On the Boards For 9th Street

New Office/Retail Concept On the Boards For 9th Street

Shilpi Paul | March 28th 2013 | 5 Comments

Douglas Development stopped by the ANC 2F Community Development Meeting on Wednesday night to share plans for a new development coming to emerging... read »

Douglas Development to Break Ground on 14th Street Project By End of March

Douglas Development to Break Ground on 14th Street Project By End of March

UrbanTurf Staff | March 13th 2013

The six-story, 30-unit apartment project that Douglas Development has had in the works for 14th Street NW for several years will finally break ground... read »

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