Valor Development

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21 Micro-Units Planned Above Office Building in Dupont Circle

21 Micro-Units Planned Above Office Building in Dupont Circle

Lark Turner | October 15th 2014

Valor Development, working with building owner Endeka Enterprises, originally proposed building eight condos atop the office building at 1337... read »

84-Unit H Street Condo Development to Deliver by December

84-Unit H Street Condo Development to Deliver by December

Lark Turner | February 12th 2014 | 2 Comments

An 84-unit condo project at 1350 Maryland Avenue NE will start selling units this spring and plans to be complete by December, UrbanTurf has learned.... read »

Mount Pleasant Church May Become 70-Unit Condo Project

Mount Pleasant Church May Become 70-Unit Condo Project

Shilpi Paul | June 19th 2013 | 15 Comments

Keeping up with the trend of parking-free developments, the new owners of Meridian Hill Baptist Church hope to turn the site into a 70-unit condo... read »

6 Proposals for H Street Library Redevelopment

6 Proposals for H Street Library Redevelopment

Shilpi Paul | October 5th 2012 | 10 Comments

1300 H Street NE, an address at the heart of the H Street Corridor and currently the home of R.L. Christian Community Library, will get a facelift... read »

49-Unit Condo Project Behind Union Station Now 60 Units

49-Unit Condo Project Behind Union Station Now 60 Units

UrbanTurf Staff | August 7th 2012 | 7 Comments

The six-story, 49-unit condo project from Valor Development and Ellisdale Construction planned for 300 L Street NE has grown in size. ... read »

25 Residential Units and a Fast Casual Restaurant to 14th Street?

25 Residential Units and a Fast Casual Restaurant to 14th Street?

Shilpi Paul | July 16th 2012 | 5 Comments

At Monday night's ANC 1B Design Review Committee, Valor Development introduced a potential concept for the corner of 14th and W Street NW: 25... read »

DC’s Mid-Sized Condo Boom

DC’s Mid-Sized Condo Boom

Shilpi Paul | April 4th 2012

The condo boom of the mid-2000s was characterized by 200+ unit projects that, in some cases, reshaped DC neighborhoods. However, when the bottom fell... read »

H Street Corridor Condo Project To Almost Double in Size

H Street Corridor Condo Project To Almost Double in Size

Shilpi Paul | March 20th 2012 | 9 Comments

The Maia, Valor Development's upcoming project in the H Street Corridor, is increasing in size from 49 to 84 units. ... read »

Valor’s Shaw Condo Project Gets Approval to Expand

Valor’s Shaw Condo Project Gets Approval to Expand

Shilpi Paul | January 5th 2012 | 4 Comments

At Wednesday's ANC 2C meeting, Valor Development received approval to acquire a parcel of city-owned land, allowing them to move forward with a large... read »

New 66-Unit Condo Project For Shaw?

New 66-Unit Condo Project For Shaw?

Shilpi Paul | January 3rd 2012

Plans for a new 66-unit condo project with ground floor retail in Shaw from Valor Development will be presented at the monthly ANC 2C meeting on... read »

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