The development team — a partnership of the Rappaport Cos., WC Smith, Skyland DC LLC, the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization and East Washington LLC — stayed true to the town center project to see it through. Learn more in this [...]
The Skyland Workforce Center in D.C.'s Congress Heights neighborhood opened for business this week, the latest sign of progress in the burgeoning Southeast community. Read more at the Washington Informer.
Wal-Mart has signed a lease for a store at Skyland Town Center, the D.C. mayor’s office announced Tuesday, marking the final step in a protracted effort to bring the big-box retailer to Southeast Washington. Read more in the Washington Post.
Tuesday, Mayor Vincent Gray signed the lease for the store in Ward 7. The store will anchor the long-awaited Skyland Town Center at the intersection of Good Hope Road, Naylor Road, and Alabama Avenue SE. The shopping center will also [...]
District of Columbia officials say Wal-Mart has signed a lease to build a store at a long-struggling shopping center east of the Anacostia River. Read more at NBC Washington 4.
The District and the development team behind the $220 million Skyland Town Center have finally locked in Wal-Mart as the anchor tenant, clearing a key obstacle that threatened to stall, or even stop, the project. Read more in the Washington Business [...]
We haven't heard anything from the Rappaport Co., WC Smith or the District since August when we last wrote about the Skyland Town Center, and the challenges faced by the development team to get that 18.5-acre, Wal-Mart-anchored, mixed-use project off [...]
Yesterday, the hardhats and shovels were out at the groundbreaking for Skyland Town Centerin Ward 7, as the project 25 years in the making finally kicked off. Read more at BISNOW.
Mayor Vincent Gray was back on his home turf Wednesday to break ground for the Skyland Town Center, a project that the Ward 7 community has sought for over two decades. Read more at WJLA7.
Karen Williams has lived in her Southeast Washington neighborhood for years, but she has still not gotten used to one thing: driving from her home in Hillcrest to Maryland or Virginia just to purchase clothes, household items and other basic [...]