Washington, DC (2021)

Skyland Town Center Phase B-1

Investment

  • NMTC Amount: $15,000,000
  • Total Project Cost: $16,366,314

IMPACT

  • 124 FTE jobs
  • 63 construction jobs
  • 47,111 sq. ft. of real estate

Investor

Skyland Phase B-1, which closed on January 14, 2021, is the second phase of the multi-building, multi-phase, mixed-use Skyland Town Center; the redevelopment of a former dilapidated strip shopping center originally acquired by the District of Columbia through eminent domain.

Project Description

Skyland Phase B-1, which closed on January 14, 2021, is the second phase of the multi-building, multi-phase, mixed-use Skyland Town Center; the redevelopment of a former dilapidated strip shopping center originally acquired by the District of Columbia through eminent domain. The Project is located in the Hillcrest neighborhood in Ward 7. This phase will include 3 separate buildings, including surface parking spaces for 267 cars: (1) free-standing 29,000 sq. ft. Lidl grocery store that will provide healthy, fresh food options to the underserved community (the first Lidl in DC); (2) approximately 9,211 sq. ft. of community-serving retail space and (3) a freestanding 2,500 sq. ft. drive-through Starbucks (the first drive-through Starbucks in DC).

MAP

2800 Alabama Avenue Southeast, Washington, DC 20020

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