WestEnd Alexandria (Landmark Mall Redevelopment)

Foulger-Pratt engaged Howard Hughes Corp. and Seritage Growth Properties in the 4M SF mixed-use redevelopment of the 52-acre Landmark mall site in Alexandria, Virginia. Inova plans to relocate its Alexandria Hospital, currently located at 4320 Seminary Road, to the site. The development has been rebranded as WestEnd and will include residential, retail, commercial and entertainment offerings. The team said construction on the project could begin as soon as 2023, with the first buildings delivering in 2025.

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Press House Apartments

Press House is located at the epicenter of several successful, high-density, amenity-rich neighborhoods, including Union Market, NOMA, Shaw, and the H Street corridor. This community impresses from the moment you walk in, featuring a luxurious residential lobby filled with custom art installations. The project boasts multiple floorplans, such as studios one, and two bedrooms, combined with upscale amenities including a rooftop pool with city views, multi-level fitness center, retro game room and a community creative workspace. Press House is a mixed-use community with residential, retail and the rehabilitated historical structure will serve as creative office and authentic retail uses.

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Park Potomac Retail

This retail center is anchored by a Harris Teeter grocery store and is part of the Park Potomac master-planned, mixed-use development. The development features ideal highway accessibility and walkable amenity base that includes residential, Class A office and additional retail.

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The Citron

This multi-family infill project is located within the Downtown Silver Spring transit-oriented, mixed-use development, adjacent to over 500,000 square feet of retail shops, restaurants, movie theaters, and a live music venue. Citron sits inside the beltway, just blocks from the Silver Spring Metro Station, and boasts a walk score of 95.

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Downtown Silver Spring

This vibrant transit-oriented development is widely recognized as the catalyst for redevelopment of downtown Silver Spring, Maryland. It represents a national model for public-private partnership. Foulger-Pratt initiated a collaboration among a broad range of public and private constituents to re-envision this twenty-plus-acre parcel as a dynamic environment for a diverse community. Today, the project includes a full spectrum of uses including local and national retail, restaurants, movie theaters, community areas such as an ice skating rink and a mosaic fountain, amenity-rich apartments, and a fully occupied office building.