WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL - D.C. officials see Starbucks’ decision to open its first D.C. drive-thru shop at Skyland Town Center — and another location in Anacostia — as clear evidence that their efforts to push retailers east of the Anacostia are bearing fruit. D.C. officials [...]
WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL - Skyland Town Center in Ward 7 will be home to the first drive-thru Starbucks in the District, as well as the second Chase Bank east of the Anacostia River, after the tenants recently signed leases with the [...]
McLean, VA – July 18, 2019 Today, Rappaport, WC Smith and the rest of the Skyland development team celebrated the Skyland Town Center’s topping out for Phase I alongside D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, community members, and construction workers. This commemorative [...]
2019-07-18T18:27:31+00:00 July 18th, 2019|
McLean, VA – Lidl US announced plans to open its first store within the District of Columbia in Skyland Town Center, the 18.5-acre mixed-use development underway in Southeast Washington, D.C. The Skyland Development Team secured the lease with Lidl US, [...]
2019-05-21T14:58:01+00:00 May 21st, 2019|
Developers and brokers see big changes coming to Anacostia and Congress Heights, two neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River that have major mixed-use projects in the works and have begun to attract new retailers. Read more as reported by Bisnow. [...]
2018-06-15T18:56:26+00:00 June 15th, 2018|
EB-5 loan also closes, marks progress for a Ward 7 retail destination Read more reported by the Washington Business Journal Washington, D.C. (February 22, 2017) – Today, the development team for Skyland Town Center in Ward 7 announced the [...]
2017-07-31T20:52:14+00:00 February 22nd, 2017|
The District and Safeway have cleared a last legal hurdle that threatened to derail the long-planned, Wal-Mart-anchored Skyland Town Center development in Southeast D.C. Read more in the Washington Business Journal.
2016-07-19T14:46:43+00:00 October 7th, 2015|
Wal-Mart's entry into the D.C. market was celebrated by its fans and condemned by its critics. A new report on Wal-Mart's impact on the District's economy will likely get the same reception. Read more in the Washington Business Journal.
2016-07-19T16:12:03+00:00 May 18th, 2015|