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This week I've looked at the buildings that are far along in their construction, and I've looked at the newest topped-off project, and I've even mentioned the project that is just about to start digging, so what's left? A mere seven projects that are in their vertical construction phase, at various levels of out-of-the-ground.
We'll start with 801 New Jersey/82 I (above/left), now a smidge more than halfway toward its eventual 13-story height. This is the Graystar/RCP 227-unit apartment building that is expected to open in 2016.
Just up the block is 800 New Jersey, aka the Whole Foods building, which looks just barely out of the ground from New Jersey (below left), but if you venture up 2nd Street (below right) you can see evidence of the ramp for the grocery store parking that will be on the second and third floor. (Resident parking will be below ground, shared with its sibling the Park Chelsea and the eventual third residential building along the east side of the block.) This building will have about 336 rental units:

Two projects have at least some hint of their first floors built: the 380-unit building at 909 Half Street will be a lot larger than this small section of construction at Half and I makes it look like at the moment (below left), while the Homewood Suites at Half and M really does also have a portion of its first floor built, though the nasty late fall shadows make it hard to see.
Next up are three projects that are technically out of the ground, although it's just rebar breaking the plane at the moment, but concrete shouldn't be far behind. Behold terribly unexciting pictures of the status of the F1rst residential project and the Residence Inn immediately to its north, plus the Gallery at Capitol Riverfront/1111 New Jersey.
But if you like photos of holes being dug, you're still in luck. There's now clear evidence of the excavation work at Skanska's 99 M office building project, and while nothing will ever really arise from the cut-and-cover work on the new portion of the Virginia Avenue Tunnel (seen here looking west from 5th Street) it's still digging.
In the midst of all of these updates over the past few days, I did some redevelopment of my own, and finally created individual pages for the Square 701/Not-Ballpark-Square trio of projects, so now you can check out the progress on the Hampton Inn, F1rst/Residence Inn, and 99 M in a less jumbled format.
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202_cyclist says: (11/12/15 1:38 PM)
I am impressed with the progress of 82 I Street. It seems like they are completing at least one floor per week.

In other news, something needs to be done about the gun-play in DC. We had our windows open yesterday afternoon to enjoy the nice weather and there was another shooting just on the other side of South Capitol Street, almost directly next to the police station. If crime continues to increase, it will be interesting to see if as many people will move back cities throughout the US.


dude says: (11/12/15 10:50 PM)
I'll be honest that I'm not terribly excited by pictures of dirt and holes, I thought I should at least post some comment because this post is full of info. So there.

As for crime and guns and shootings and killings, just remember these wise words: you can be killed any day in any fashion.


conngs0 says: (11/13/15 9:13 AM)
You really threw some sunshine down on that one, dude! Indeed, the pictures of dirt and holes aren't all that exciting on their own, but I find the progress that they represent is quite exciting. The time that lapses from conceptualization of a project to visible progress can be pretty significant. Of course, I'm always amazed by how long it takes to dig those holes before a structure starts to come out of them, but the whole experience is just an exercise in patience I suppose.

And yeah, amidst all this development progress and prosperity (for many), we do get reminders that we still live in a big city. Right now seems to be an especially scary time (at least compared to the last few years). There are too many facets to the recent uptick in crime to address in a post. I'd just agree with 202 and dude inasmuch as the trend bears scrutiny, but it's important not to panic or overreact. In the meantime our responsibility to continue to get to know our neighbors, develop relationships with the police and stay on top of any negative trends.


202_cyclist says: (11/13/15 10:12 AM)
dude-- the holes in the ground and LIVE CRANE ACTION 2015!!!!! is one of the best parts of this blog.


JD says: (11/13/15 10:50 AM)
See? I have readers with a very wide range of interests that I try to accommodate!


JHUGrad says: (11/13/15 11:48 AM)
Well said, conngs0. I feel pretty fortunate to own property in the Capitol Riverfront. I think in 5 - 10 years, this will be one of the more dynamic places to live in DC. One way to keep crime down is for people living in the area to get to know one another and voice concerns to their ANC representatives, who can then voice these concerns to the police and councilmembers.


JD says: (11/13/15 5:36 PM)
I can't remember whether this has been mentioned anywhere (here or otherwise), but the city has begun eminent-domain-ing some property along South Capitol Street near Potomac Avenue and the river for the right-of-way for the new Douglass Bridge and the big traffic circle.



dude says: (11/13/15 7:27 PM)
Oh, I just want to make it clear that JDLand is my favorite blog on the Internet. To me the dirt and holes are the least exciting part is all.

As for cranes, how do they get that big weight to the top? Anyone ever seen that in action?


202_cyclist says: (11/13/15 7:34 PM)
Hey dude-- they use another crane, called a crawler, to assemble it.


Alan says: (11/14/15 11:21 AM)
And the crawler is often assembled by a smaller crane. So in order to build a crane you need a small crane to build the crawler crane to build the big crane. It's bananas.


JD says: (11/14/15 3:36 PM)
After hours permit alert for the F1rst site (1277 1st St):

AH1600122 / CONSTRUCTION
AFTER HOURS TO POUR CONCRETE ON JOBSITE FROM 5AM TO 9PM 11 / 13 / 2015 TO 12 / 13 / 2015


JD says: (11/17/15 3:13 PM)
WC Smith @WCSmithDC
Hi @MarkEMalone! Right now we're looking at move-ins starting in February. Head to parkchelseadc.com to sign up for updates.

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Recent Crime Incidents Archive  
70 B/O I ST SE   BURGLARY
Burglary Two
 11/16/17
1200 HALF ST SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 11/15/17
1100 B/O 1ST ST SE   THEFT FROM AUTO
Theft (theft From Motor Vehicle)
 11/14/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT FROM AUTO
Theft 2nd Degree (theft From Motor Vehicle)
 11/13/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (theft From Building)
 11/12/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 11/12/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 11/09/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT FROM AUTO
Theft 2nd Degree (theft From Motor Vehicle)
 11/06/17
1200 SOUTH CAPITOL ST SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 11/05/17
400 B/O M ST SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 11/05/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (theft From Building)
 11/01/17
100 B/O K ST SE   THEFT FROM AUTO
Theft First Degree (theft From Motor Vehicle)
 10/30/17
400 B/O M ST SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (theft From Building)
 10/29/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 10/27/17
1100 B/O NEW JERSEY AVE SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 10/25/17
100 B/O K ST SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 10/21/17
400 B/O M ST SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (all Other Larceny)
 10/19/17
400 B/O M ST SE   THEFT
Theft 2nd Degree (theft From Building)
 10/19/17

Recent Issued Building Permits Archive  
1100 2ND PL SE   
10/26/17 
null / KENNETH J. LEMERE
E1800879 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
11/02/17 
BAKER DC / CHRISTINE LONG
AH1800167 / CONSTRUCTION
An after hours permit is respectfully requested from 5AM to 8PM daily
1331 2ND ST SE 20003   
10/30/17 
DC WATER / DAVE LEVINE
AH1800128 / CONSTRUCTION
After Hours work for structure excavation and support for B1311474 DC Water, Corman Construction 301-343-5417.
1331 4TH ST SE CU   
11/02/17 
FC 1331 LLC / null
E1801120 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1023 4TH ST SE   
11/06/17 
MATTHEW E WEINER
BP1800535 / POST CARD
1331 4TH ST SE   
11/14/17 
FC 1331 LLC / PAUL E WARREN
E1801475 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1346 4TH ST SE   
11/07/17 
ALAN OWINGS / ROBERT HENRY
AH1800169 / CONSTRUCTION
After Hours Permit for 11 / 10 / 17 from 7am to 7pm to perform concrete operations.
1015 HALF ST SE 7TH FL   
10/31/17 
HALF STREET SE LLC / null
P1800798 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1015 HALF ST SE   
10/23/17 
HALF STREET SE LLC / null
E1800739 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
10/23/17 
HALF STREET SE LLC / null
M1800233 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
10/23/17 
HALF STREET SE LLC / null
P1800599 / SUPPLEMENTAL
303 K ST SE   
10/22/17 
JONATHAN HERSHEY / null
P1800573 / SUPPLEMENTAL
555 L ST SE   
10/31/17 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / EDUARDO L. LOPEZ
E1801004 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
11/08/17 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / null
P1801050 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
11/08/17 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / null
M1800409 / SUPPLEMENTAL
80 M ST SE #110 20003   
11/03/17 
WELLS REIT II 80 M STREET LLC / null
P1800898 / SUPPLEMENTAL
300 M ST SE 402   
10/30/17 
FEDERAL CENTER LP / null
E1800973 / SUPPLEMENTAL
300 M ST SE STE# 402   
11/01/17 
FEDERAL CENTER LP / BERNARD CHAPPELL
E1801037 / SUPPLEMENTAL
110 M ST SE   
11/10/17 
GALLERY CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PROPERTY LLC / JIM RILEY
BP1800623 / POST CARD
922 M ST SE   
10/27/17 
MAIFEDI EQUITY LLC / FRED LATIMORE
E1800926 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1333 M ST SE   
11/03/17 
1333 M STREET SE LLC / JUSTIN BELLOW
B1801393 / CONSTRUCTION
Installation of duct bank and light pole on private property
800 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
11/13/17 
SQUARE 737 LLC / N/A; BOB BIROONAK
SG1800066 / CONSTRUCTION
one apartment id sign illuminated
861 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
10/30/17 
CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. / NA CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC.
AH1800132 / CONSTRUCTION
Work in public ROW within the Virginia Avenue Reconstruction Project LOD for utility, demolition, and concrete structure construction activities.
1000 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
10/26/17 
null / NA NA NA
EHOP17919268 / HOME OCCUPATION
1100 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
11/03/17 
SQUARE 742 LLC / null
E1801147 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
11/08/17 
SQUARE 742 LLC / null
E1801323 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1244 SOUTH CAPITOL ST SE 20003   
11/02/17 
THE JBG COMPANIES / CODY LANG
AH1800140 / CONSTRUCTION
The location for the project is at the corner of South Capitol Street, SE and N Street, SE, to the North of Parking Lot B for the Washington Nationals Stadium. The permit numbers to reference are B1600228, PA10464330, PA115172-R2, and PA202883. These permits are attached for reference. In order to maintain our contractual requirements and progress with critical path interior finishes, rooftop bu...
1244 SOUTH CAPITOL ST SE   
10/31/17 
THE JBG COMPANIES / GLENNWOOD ROGERS
FB1800009 / SUPPLEMENTAL
AH = After Hours; B = Alteration & Repair; D = Demolition; E = Electrical; FB = Boiler; M = Mechanical; P = Plumbing and Gas; PC = Post Card; R = Raze; SG = Sign; TL = Tenant Layout; TN = Tent; RW = Retaining Wall;

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Project Directory
Completed
Insignia on M ('17)
F1rst/Residence Inn ('17)
One Hill South ('17)
Homewood Suites ('16)
ORE 82 ('16)
The Bixby ('16)
Dock 79 ('16)
Community Center ('16)
The Brig ('16)
Park Chelsea ('16)
Yards/Arris ('16)
Hampton Inn ('15)
Southeast Blvd. ('15)
11th St. Bridges ('15)
Parc Riverside ('14)
Twelve12/Yards ('14)
Lumber Shed ('13)
Boilermaker Shops ('13)
Camden South Cap. ('13)
Canal Park ('12)
Capitol Quarter ('12)
225 Virginia/200 I ('12)
Foundry Lofts ('12)
1015 Half Street ('10)
Yards Park ('10)
Velocity Condos ('09)
Teague Park ('09)
909 New Jersey Ave. ('09)
55 M ('09)
100 M ('08)
Onyx ('08)
70/100 I ('08)
Nationals Park ('08)
Seniors Bldg Demo ('07)
400 M ('07)
Douglass Bridge Fix ('07)
US DOT HQ ('07)
20 M ('07)
Capper Seniors 1 ('06)
Capitol Hill Tower ('06)
Courtyard/Marriott ('06)
Marine Barracks ('04)


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