JMU’s Washington Semester program has new quarters at the Resources & Conservation Center. Located at 1400 16th St, NW in the vibrant Dupont Circle Neighborhood, the building has a lot to offer JMU’s program – great amenities, proximity to DC attractions and Metro, and a positive work environment. Being neighbors with other higher education organizations is […]
Smart Medical & Rehab Therapy has extended its lease in the Crossroads Professional Building in Takoma Park, at 7676 New Hampshire Avenue. This retail/office building is attractive to businesses because it is conveniently located near the intersection of New Hampshire Ave and University Blvd. Prospects for the future are even brighter as it is adjacent […]
Vision Foundry, a user-focused, results-oriented software design and development company, renewed its lease at the American Center, 8300 Boone Blvd in Tysons Corner. Stout & Teague Vice President Mike Gordon represented Vision Foundry in negotiating the original lease as well as this renewal. Thank you to Scott Goldberg of DTZ for representing the landlord. If […]
Institute for Taxation & Economic Policy (ITEP) renews at the Resources for the Future Building in Dupont Circle
ITEP knows value when it sees it, and signed on for another term at the Resources For the Future (RFF) Building at 1616 P Street in Dupont Circle. Like its nonprofit neighbors, it will continue to enjoy the building’s many amenities – café, conference center, fitness center, rooftop deck, courtyard, etc. – and ideal location. For […]
Stout & Teague worked closely with the Town of Herndon to successfully reposition and revitalize this office/retail condominium in downtown Herndon. The project included negotiation of purchase of 5-foot parcel adjacent to 754 Elden Street allowing provision of windows into the side facade of the building. The design was unanimously approved by the Heritage Preservation […]
Stout & Teague converted and renovated Rosemont Station, a 28-unit condominium in Alexandria, Virginia.
Stout & Teague was selected by WMATA as developer for 35 acres at the Huntington Metro Station in Fairfax County, a mixed-use project with townhomes (48), mid-rise apartments (422), high-rise apartments/condominiums (189-389), 20,000 sf retail, and 250,000 sf office. The project also involved the phasing of temporary parking for Metro patrons and coordination of construction […]
Stout & Teague developed this 70,000 sf headquarters building, which included removal of UST’s and soil remediation.
Stout & Teague Developed this mixed-use office/residential project. The project involved: creation of a land parcel plan with cross-easements, renovation of an existing office building (70,000 sf), construction of a new office building (175,000 sf) which was subject to historic design review, development of a residential condominium apartment building (180 units), development of urban townhomes […]
Stout & Teague developed this retail center in Chantilly, Virginia, after working through its environmental and brownfield issues. The project received the 2005 Fairfax County Land Conservation Award.