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909 Half Street

Once home to Wendy's, then purchased by JPI for $28.6 million in 2007, then defaulted in 2009
Picked up by Ruben Companies, which is planning a 1st Phase 400-unit apartment building
Joint venture with the Related Companies; no timeline

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1333 M St.
909 Half St.
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The southeastern corner of the block, at Half and K, has not been much to look at. (02/07)
April 30, 2011 - Seen here in 2011, this corner would be the southeastern side of Ruben's planned 909 Half St. apartment building. Retail would run all along Half Street. Click to see all available photos of this location.
The block has clear views of the U.S. Capitol dome, not far to the north. (01/06)
May 31, 2010 - The same spot, with the Exxon long gone. Ruben envisions a Phase II building fronting South Capitol Street, but has made no determination whether it would be office, residential, or hotel. Click to see all available photos of this location.
For years, Wendy's was the major current tenant on the eastern part of the block. (11/06)
In late July 2008, the fast food outlet finally closed, and was quickly stripped of its markings. The building was demolished in 2009. (8/3/08)
An alternate view of the I Street portion of the property, looking west from Half Street. (06/07)
May 31, 2010 - The same spot, with Alpha Towing (and its trees and overgrowth) demolished. This is where the 909 Half apartment building would front I Street. Click to see all available photos of this location.
A towing company and its parking lot occupied the Half Street section of 909 Half's footprint for many years. (1/20/08)
On May 1, 2008, demolition began. (5/1/08)
Latest News
July 26, 2008
Wendy's Now Closed



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