Washington, District of Columbia
Torti Gallas and Partners was part of the winning competitive redevelopment team of the Old Wax Museum site at 5th and K Streets, NW in downtown Washington, DC. The project was advertised and awarded through the RLA Revitalization Corporation (RLARC).
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The development team was led by Lowe Enterprises Mid-Atlantic, Inc., and includes CIM Urban Real Estate Fund LP, a California-based pension fund, Bundy Development Corporation, Neighborhood Development Company and Michael Marshall Architecture, collaborating architect.
The new development includes a Safeway store with a Starbucks coffee shop, dry cleaner and bank; retail space, condominium and apartment units, 20% of which are set-aside as affordable housing; and parking.
Located in the Mount Vernon Triangle area of the city, CityVista is a major building block in the city’s plans to attract new residents and create a vibrant city life near the new Washington Convention Center.
Construction Phase Services
3.2 acre site
685 condominium and apartment units
55,000 sf Safeway Grocery Store
50,000 sf Retail Space
800 Parking Spaces
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