1390 Kenyon Street, NW
Kenyon Square is a 243,000 square foot transit-oriented mixed-use development project located above the Columbia Heights Metro Station in Washington, DC. This $92 million project consists of 21,000 square feet of local and national retailers on the ground floor, 153 luxury condominium homes and 165 underground parking spaces. Amenities include a rooftop deck with panoramic views of Washington, meeting room, party room, business center, fitness center, outdoor terraces, and a landscaped courtyard and patio. Kenyon Square received a Best Mid-Rise Apartments award from the National Association of Home Builders.
400 Irving Street NW
Highland Park is a 182,300 square foot transit-oriented mixed-use development project located above the Columbia Heights Metro Station in Washington, DC. This $115 million project consists of 22,000 square feet of local and national retailers on the ground floor, 373 luxury rental apartments and 285 underground parking spaces. Amenities include a courtyard and an outdoor bar area, a stylish contemporary atrium, health club, billiards and party rooms, business center, and panoramic views from the rooftop terrace. Highland Park received a Best Mid-Rise Apartments award from Delta Associates.
850 Quincy Street, NW
Park Place is a 200,000 square foot transit-oriented mixed-use development project located above the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro Station in Washington, DC. This $90 million project consists of 17,000 square feet of local and national retailers on the ground floor, 155 rental units, 6 townhomes and 187 underground parking spaces. The landscaped rooftop has a sun deck and a Bocce green lawn, with panoramic views of city attractions like the National Cathedral, the Washington Monument and the US Capitol. The project includes environmentally sustainable design features, such as energy-efficient appliances and light fixtures, a built-in storm water management system, rooftop plant fixtures for rainwater containment, and white roof tiles that resist heat enabling the building to use less energy to cool its interior. Park Place received an Economic Development award from AAREP in recognition of the project’s revitalization of the Georgia Avenue corridor.
7900 Harkins Road
MetroView is a 325,000 square foot transit-oriented commercial office property located near the New Carrollton Metro Station in Prince George’s County, MD. The $109 million property was occupied by a single federal government contractor tenant and includes a developable surface parking lot. The 12-story building, which overlooks the Capital Beltway, is located in the second largest transit hub in the Mid-Atlantic region, after Union Station in Washington, DC. The property acquisition was the largest office property transaction in the history of Prince Georges County.
US Capitol Police Headquarters
119 D Street, NE
The US Capitol Police Headquarters building is an 85,000 square foot secure law enforcement facility that serves the US Congress as well as visitors to Capitol Hill. The 24-hour operations of the facilities, which must respond immediately to potential threats, presented unique obstacles to its fall renovation and rehabilitation. The facility serves as the headquarters to over 2,200 federal law enforcement personnel.
DC Property and Evidence Warehouse
DC Village Lane, SW
The $20 million state-of-the-art DC Property and Evidence Warehouse integrates best practices for property and evidence storage and use technology. The 30,000 square foot facility handles all seized DC Metropolitan Police Department property evidence to ensure safe and responsible storage. This project was completed eight weeks ahead of schedule and $700,000 under budget.
LSU University Medical Center
New Orleans, LA
1732 Canal Street was a 695,000 square foot mixed-use hotel property located in the New Orleans BioDistrict. Prior to being redeveloped for the LSU University Medical Center, the property consisted of 1,036 hotel rooms and suites, 35,000 square feet of office space, ground floor retail, banquet and conference facilities, and 250 covered parking spaces. The property’s location in the heart of the New Orleans medical district, directly across from the Canal Street / Claiborne Avenue streetcar stop, made it an ideal location for the new LSU University Medical Center. Thoron Capital was awarded AAREP’s Real Estate Deal of the Year Award in recognition of the project’s contribution to the revitalization of New Orleans.
20 West Adams Street
20 West is a 45,000 square foot adaptive-reuse historic preservation development project in downtown Jacksonville, FL. The building was redeveloped into a 60-student café on the ground floor. Under the direction of Florida State College at Jacksonville’s award-winning culinary arts program, 20 West Café serves as a student-run teaching café that is open to the public.
Southern Food and Beverage Museum
1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard
New Orleans, LA
The Southern Food and Beverage (SoFAB) Museum is an adaptive-reuse historic preservation development project located in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans, LA. The project was financed with a combination of federal and state historic tax credits, new market tax credits and traditional construction financing sources, ensuring long-term viability for the nonprofit partner, the SoFAB Institute. SoFAB includes an interactive “learning museum” featuring unique exhibits on the cuisines of the South, the Museum of the American Cocktail (MOTAC), a state-of-the art kitchen theater, culinary teaching / summer camp programs, and an “exhibit” restaurant where museum guests can watch chefs prepare traditional Creole and Cajun cuisine or enjoy a glass of wine and hors d’oeuvres while touring exhibits.
New Orleans Jazz Market
1436 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard
New Orleans, LA
The New Orleans Jazz Market is an adaptive-reuse historic preservation development project located in New Orleans, LA. The project was financed with a combination of federal and state historic tax credits, new market tax credits and traditional construction financing sources, ensuring long-term viability for the nonprofit partner, the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra (NOJO). The Jazz Market includes a 346-seat performance hall specifically designed for the Grammy-award winning New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, a coffee shop, a bar and a music learning center containing the largest digital jazz collection in the U.S. The Jazz Market is the first major performance hall in New Orleans’ Central City neighborhood, the birthplace of jazz.