Cathedral Commons Development Moves Forward

Cathedral Commons Development Moves Forward

Cathedral Commons Development Moves Forward

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Update October 12 2013

North Parcel: Underground plumbing and footers (foundation) are underway and slab on grade began in September.  Walls have also been poured around the majority of the perimeter. 

South Parcel: Ground floor slab is nearing completion (garage “structure” is effectively in-place). Masonry is beginning at the garage levels and structural steel (the frame of the retail/giant) begins end of October. 

Wet Utilities (IDAHO): North Parcel: Underground plumbing and footers (foundation) are underway and slab on grade began in September. Walls have also been poured around the majority of the perimeter. 

South Parcel: Ground floor slab is nearing completion (garage “structure” is effectively in-place). Masonry is beginning at the garage levels and structural steel (the frame of the retail/giant) begins end of October. 

Wet Utilities (IDAHO): Various obstacles and unforeseen conditions (ie: location of pipes to tie-into) encountered but developers are working to resolve and work continues. The phase of this work should run through Thanksgiving.

Earthwork: Generally speaking, mass excavation is complete (few minor exceptions based on sequencing). 

Townhouse Construction: Developers plan to begin work on the townhouses by January. The permit has been issued by DCRA. 

 

Original Post:

The D.C. Court of Appeals has ruled that neighborhood objections to the proposed Cathedral Commons development are non-applicable, clearing the way for the project to begin.

In early December it was announced that Bozzuto Group and Southside Investment Partners LLC would be the development partners for the $125 million, mixed-use project featuring a redeveloped, 56,000-Square-Foot Giant Supermarket,  137 apartment units, 8 townhomes, 500+ parking spaces, and 128,000 square feet of retail space.  The project will sit on apprx. 4 acres on Wisconsin Ave. between Macomb Street and Idaho Ave. in Northwest  DC, bordering the Cathedral Heights and Cleveland Park neighborhoods.

Construction on Cathedral Commons began in the spring of 2013 and the supermarket  opening is scheduled for late 2013. Residentail is expected to deliver late 2014.

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