Avison Young, KGD Architecture and Piedmont Office Realty Trust hosted about 40 CREBA members for a FIRST LOOK at newly redeveloped 3100 Clarendon Blvd.VIEW PROJECT
Read about our latest projects, recent hires and news from the first quarter of 2016.
A big new development is coming to the corner of Columbia Pike and George Mason Drive.
The Arlington County Board on Saturday approved the redevelopment, which includes new six-story apartment building with 365 market-rate residential units, new retail spaces and a three-level parking garage.
The Arlington County Board today approved the redevelopment of the Food Star grocery store site at the corner of Columbia Pike and S. George Mason Drive.VIEW PROJECT
In the wake of the November 2014 out-of-left-field cancellation of the controversial streetcar system, developers have sought approval for roughly a half dozen new projects along the 3.5-mile corridor totaling nearly 1,000 residential units and more than 100,000 square feet of retail.VIEW PROJECT
Affordable housing is in constant demand in the county as it is elsewhere in the Washington region. Last month, the Arlington County Board unanimously approved the plan for Gilliam Place, a new development on the site of the Arlington Presbyterian Church in Columbia Pike’s Town Center.VIEW PROJECT
The Arlington County Board today approved both a plan to redevelop the Arlington Presbyterian Church site on Columbia Pike into an affordable housing apartment complex, and about $18 million in loans to help the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) buy the site and build the housing, locking in the apartments’ affordability for 60 years. The redevelopment also will have groundfloor retail/civic uses and a three-floor parking garage.
Principal Tom Donaghy presents KGD's winning entry at the National NAIOP Conference
Akridge and the Ronald D. Paul Cos. have joined forces to purchase and redevelop the former GEICO building in Tysons, Va. into a trophy office tower.
Akridge and the Ronald D. Paul Cos. have acquired an older office building at Tysons that’s presently home to Geico’s Northern Virginia claims training center and have plans to redevelop it into an 11-story office tower with ground floor retail.