Capitol Hill Group Ministries (CHGM) signed at the Wheat Growers Building at 415 2nd St, NE, landing their first official home office in over 40 years. Serving the community since 1967, CHGM is a nonprofit made up of congregations and concerned individuals of all faiths, united to serve the spiritual and social needs of the Capitol Hill Community, Ward 6, and beyond. CHGM serves homeless families and individuals, as well as low-income households from across the District of Columbia.
Stout & Teague Vice President Mike Gordon, represented CHGM in their search and lease negotiations. The Wheat Growers Building, which is adjacent to Union Station, proved to be the ideal location. The building is owned by another nonprofit, the National Association of Wheat Growers, founded more than 60 years ago by producers who wanted to work together for the common good of the industry. Special thanks to Bill Meyer and Amanda Van Sickel of The Meyer Group who represented the owner.