Nearly 300,000 houses are demolished in the United States every year, leading to large-scale waste and missed opportunities for social impact and environmental conservation. Recognizing this, Stout & Teague has partnered with Details Deconstruction, which is part of Baltimore-based Humanim. Details is “deconstructing” the house on Stout & Teague’s development site near Huntington Metro. The […]
Wednesday’s Summerfest was very well attended. Light food and refreshments, ice cream, wine tasting were enjoyed by all. Some sprinkles brought our activities indoors, but in between, the crowd spilled out onto the courtyard. Bike Rack provided free bike maintenance to our many cycling commuters. More on our Facebook page.
Republic Restoratives, DC’s first women-owned distillery opened its tasting room in Ivy City on Sunday. At a brunch party called the “First Pour”, they launched the distillery, featuring their own Civic Vodka. Bourbon production begins this week, which will take at least 18 months to properly age.
Stout & Teague helped Republic Restoratives purchase its Ivy City headquarters in 2014.
Next week Fuentes Tax Multiservices plans to open its second location at the Crossroads Professional Building in Takoma Park, at 7676 New Hampshire Avenue. The building’s convenient location near the intersection of New Hampshire Ave and University Blvd was an important part of Fuentes’ decision. The building is also near the Takoma/Langley Park Transit Center […]
Stout & Teague, working as owner representative for Ramay Family Partnership, has recently struck several new deals at Ramay’s properties in McLean. The McLean properties all offer roomy offices with great window lines and ample parking space. These factors, combined with their prime location in McLean’s Business District – close to both DC and Tysons […]
The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS) recently moved into very rare office space on Capitol Hill, the United Methodist Building at 110 Maryland Ave. TICAS works to make higher education more available and affordable for people of all backgrounds. The United Methodist leases space to qualified 501(c)(3) organizations and TICAS was a perfect […]
The Literacy Lab is a non-profit organization that provides low-income children with intensive, individualized reading instruction. It applies a structured curriculum, based on the research and findings of the National Reading Panel and integrating multi-sensory components of the Orton-Gillingham method, which is proven to be effective with struggling readers. The Literacy Lab has been so […]
HaystackID, an international end-to-end eDiscovery, forensics services and solutions provider, is opening a new office in the Resources & Conservation Center at 1400 16th Street, NW. “The building’s generous operating hours – 8 am to 8 pm, Monday through Friday, and its weekend hours – in addition to allowing HaystackID to have supplemental HVAC – […]
Council of Bishops and United Methodist Women Make a Landmark Decision to Renew at the United Methodist Building
The Council of Bishops and the United Methodist Women renewed their leases at the United Methodist Buildings, two landmark buildings situated on Capitol Hill at 100-110 Maryland Avenue. The buildings are next door to the U.S. Supreme Court and across First Street from the U.S. Capitol. The Council and the United Methodist Women are two […]
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 […]