Posts Tagged ‘valor development’

New Looks For H Street NE Projects

There seem to be big property moves on H Street NE every week, but one that was supposed to have been squared away years ago—a piece of formerly city-owned land at 1113-1117 H Street—still has yet to move. Developer Stan Wall (yes, the one former mayor Adrian Fenty tried to put on the Zoning Commission) [...]

Can Anyone Develop An Empty Georgetown Lot?

The minds of Georgetowners. (Rendering by PGN Architects)

On the quaint, narrow corner of Grace Street and Cecil Place in Georgetown, there's a fenced-off gravel lot that seems out of character with the surrounding townhouses. It's owned by G.M. Steinbraker & Sons, a third-generation contracting firm that operates out of a workshop down the street, and [...]

Valor Bails on Former C&K Hotel

In February of last year, Valor Development bought the former C&K Hotel at 14th and Quincy Street NW—a boarded-up, cotton-candy blue house sitting on a giant lot—for $1.25 million, planning to redevelop it into condos. The corner sure needs it: the Office of Planning's recent study of the corridor identified the C&K as a key [...]

Valor Development’s On a Roll, Plans 66 Units in Shaw

Valor Development has been banging out projects left and right over the past year, with new things underway and planned in Tenleytown, Logan Circle, Columbia Heights, and Capitol Hill. Now, it's hoping to add Shaw to the list, with a proposal for 66 condos on P Street NW between 7th and Marion Streets, on what's [...]

Valor Picks Up Faith Bible Church

I mentioned this before, but a few more details: Capitol Hill broker Topher Cushman tells me Faith Bible Church at 1350 Maryland Avenue NE is under contract with Valor Development for "about $2 million," which is about 30 percent off the asking price. Valor, the group behind several other mid-size D.C. projects including the former [...]