Anne Arundel County, MD
This 18-acre assemblage at the intersection of Route 175 and Sappington Station Road serves as the eastern gateway to the Odenton Town Center. Approvals were obtained for a 60,000 s.f. medical office building to be occupied by Johns Hopkins and Anne Arundel Health Systems, 252 luxury garden apartments, and two retail pad sites. Site development and building construction commenced in 2011.
Baltimore City, MD
This 183,840 square foot warehouse and large surface parking lot are positioned on 3.96 acres along the waterfront between Fells Point and Canton in Baltimore City. Built in 1954 as a cannery, Elm Street acquired the property in 2003. The property consists of the two-story warehouse with frontage on Wolfe & Aliceanna Streets, a townhouse fronting on Aliceanna Street, a 40-slip marina, and a 115 +\- space surface parking lot. Today, the property is still in operation as a warehouse, but neighboring sites are redeveloping at a rapid rate. 2001 Aliceanna Street will be redeveloped in the coming years.
The Eden is an award-winning luxury apartment building positioned between Harbor East and Fells Point in Baltimore that houses some of Baltimore’s most popular restaurants: RA Sushi, Chazz, Townhouse Kitchen + Bar, Teavolve. Wells Fargo is the fifth retailer in this urban mixed-use project. Construction commenced in 2005. The first retailers opened for business in 2007. For more information, please visit: www.edenapts.com.
Frederick County, MD
Eaglehead is a 1,500-acre component of the 3,800-acre Lake Linganore PUD, which was approved and started in the 1960’s. Approval is in process for a neighborhood village shopping center. The joint venture was entered into in 2008.
Montgomery County, MD
This project was acquired in 2011 for a dollar from the previous developer. We are now in the process of revising the approved plans into a financially viable Town Center. Completion is expected in 2019. For more information, watch the Video Tour.
The first significant retail development in Clarksburg, Clarksburg Village Center, is a 109,000 square foot neighborhood retail center. Anchored by a flagship Harris Teeter grocery store, the center will provide retail conveniences such as a wine and liquor store, dry cleaner, bank, Adventist Health Care, Dunkin Donuts, Subway, Tutti Frutti, Passion Nails, GrillMarx Steakhouse and Raw Bar, Hair Cuttery, Kicks Karate, and much more! Construction commenced in 2012, and the first tenants will open for business in the fall of 2013. For more information, please visit: www.clarksburgvillagecenter.com.
Arlington County, VA
This seven-story mixed-use development will feature 154 upscale residential units with approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of ground floor retail and will be conveniently located just one block from the Courthouse Metro Station.
The project required a General Land Use Plan amendment and an extensive rezoning process. Construction began in July 2012 and is expected to be completed in summer 2014.
City of Alexandria, VA
Located on Slaters Lane, Potomac Plaza is a 15,000 square foot neighborhood retail center. The center is part of the Potomac Yard redevelopment project. Site development and construction began in 2004, and the first tenants opened for business in the fall of 2005.
Fairfax County, VA
The Brookfield Corporate Center is a 65-acre industrial park developed for a management fee from the owner. This industrial park, located in Chantilly, includes office, warehouse, and general industrial uses.
Laurel Hill is the redevelopment of a 78-acre portion of the D.C. Workhouse and Reformatory Property, the site of a former prison and reformatory complex, now owned by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. The redevelopment effort is a public-private partnership between the County, The Alexander Company and Elm Street Development. The re-development will include of 181 new single-family homes (attached and detached), 171 multi-family units located within historic buildings, and approximately 110,000 s.f. of commercial and retail uses located in both historic and new buildings. A rezoning application was filed in early 2012. Site work is anticipated to begin in 2014. The site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Old Centreville Crossing is a mixed residential and commercial development on the south side of Route 29, just east of Old Centreville Road. Braddock Road was realigned through the site with a 270,000 square foot community retail and office center located on the north side of realigned Braddock Road and 268 garden apartments located to the south. Development was completed in 1989.
Loudoun County, VA
Mixed use development in the heart of the Town of Lovettsville. The Community was successfully rezoned in 2002 to include creation of Town Square with Berlin Turnpike and Broad Way routed around square. Project includes 100,000 sq. ft. of commercial/retail. Construction started in July 2005 and continues with Ryan Homes.
Prince William County, VA
Featherstone Shopping Center is a 212,359 square foot grocery-anchored shopping center. The center was built in 1975, and purchased by Elm Street in 2006. In 2008, Elm Street renovated the façade and upgraded the common areas of the center. The center is anchored by Food Lion, USA Discounters, McDonalds, and also includes an urgent care center, and numerous restaurants and convenience retailers.