Friday, October 14, 2005

L Street Developments

I thought I would put up some smaller infill developments that are going on a couple blocks from each other on L Street.

Altogether these projects consist of over 330 units of housing, 92 of which are for-sale, and 18,000 square feet of retail space.

These three projects, in addition to the restaurants and art galleries such as Zanzibar and Phoenix, already there, are going to create an amazing neighborhood center in midtown between 18th and 21st, and between Capitol Ave and L Street.

I hope some of the retail goes to new galleries. That area seems to have the most galleries around midtown. I would like to see it really become the center point of Second Saturday. (at least until R Street gets really going, if it ever does)

For more info on Second Saturday

18th and L
North Side of 18th and L
176 Rental Units
10K Retail Space
Retail Signed on:
Buckhorn Grill..Yummy (If you have been to the one in Winters, you know what I am talking about)

Estimated Completion: May 2006
Developer Sotiris Kolokotronis
Architect: Ron Vrilakas

L Street Lofts
South Side of 18th and L
92 For-Sale Condo Units
6K Retail Space

Estimated Groundbreaking: Year End
Developer Sotiris Kolokotronis
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects

St Anton Building
21st and L
65 Rental Units
3K Retail Space
Retail Signed on:
Stone Grill. Cook your own meat on lava rocks. Sounds kick ass.

Estimated Completion: Early 2006
Developer: St Anton Partners.


Maya said...

Any word on how pricey the for sale units will be? How about the rents?

LivingInUrbanSac said...

My guess would be around the same as Fremont Mews for the rentals.

The for-sale units? That one will be tough to know. I'm sure they will be somewhat pricey, but nowhere near what The Towers are going for.

I think I heard Kolokotronis hired Lyon Real Estate to sell the units. So you might want to try and give them a call.

If you are looking to buy, there are quite a few condo's for sale in downtown, including some in the mid-200's for about 800 sf