We’re excited that Royal Café & Deli will soon complete its relocation to Stout & Teague’s Forbes Building, which is right off the Beltway at the Braddock Rd exit. Stout & Teague worked closely with the owners of this Korean-American Eatery to design and construct a custom build-out that will be complemented by an al […]
A first floor, 1,665 square foot office suite is now available in the Wheat Growers Building at 412 2nd St NE. Stout & Teague VP, Mike Gordon, is representing the Wheat Growers Association in offering the space for lease. For organizations with interests on Capitol Hill, this is a rare opportunity to land a prime […]
Stout & Teague is happy to announce the successful completion of a 9,520 sf renewal for Fintrac, Inc. in the Resources & Conservation Center, located in Dupont Circle at 1400 16th St NW. Fintrac is a U.S.-based and woman-owned consulting company that develops agricultural solutions to end hunger and poverty across Africa, Asia, and Latin […]
Congratulations to New Tenant, HAYSTACKID, Now #38 in the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies!
HAYSTACKID, an international eDiscovery and digital forensics solutions provider, and a new tenant at the Resources & Conservation Center (RCC) in Dupont Circle, is now #38 in the 2016 Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies. This is up from last year’s position at #67. Founded by two industry veterans with the guiding vision of providing world-class service and technology, HAYSTACKID has grown nationally and globally into one of the largest vendor neutral value-added resellers of eDiscovery tools and services.
Stout & Teague is happy to have assisted them in their search for a new Washington, DC office last year.
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.