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CSX has put out the word that there will be two utility relocation sites related to the Virginia Avenue Tunnel project gearing up starting on Monday, April 20, or thereabouts:
* Traffic lanes on 4th Street SE between the westbound lanes of Virginia Avenue and I Street will "temporarily shift to accommodate utility relocation work." The work will happen between 7 am and 7 pm on weekdays only and is expected to last about two months. "Some parking spaces will be temporarily occupied during the work period to accommodate lane shifts."
* There will also be utility relocation work under the Southeast Freeway in the "ad hoc recreation area," that little pass-through popular with the skateboard kidz where you can walk from 2nd Street under the overpass and into Garfield Park. "Access to the area will be limited during construction hours and visitors are encouraged to be cautious when traveling near the area." There's also the note that in the coming weeks "this work will extend into the intersection of 2nd Street S.E. and Virginia Avenue."
If you wish to discuss any of this with CSX, there will be an open house on April 23 from 4:30 to 7:30 pm at the Courtyard by Marriott hotel at 140 L St. SE. There's also expanded hours at the CSX community office on New Jersey Avenue: it's now open from 7 am to noon Mondays and Wednesdays and noon to 8 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You can also contact them by e-mail, phone, or web.
I wrote a few months ago about the initial construction plans, under which "utility relocation" qualifies.

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It's a noteworthy enough event that Forest City has issued a press release this morning announcing the final pour of concrete that marks the "topping out" of its 327-unit Arris apartment building at the Yards, on the southwest corner of 4th and Tingey. (So if you see a bit of a celebratory-looking luncheon at the construction site today, that's why.)
The eastern side of the building, along 4th, is 11 stories high, while the three western wings reached eight stories a few weeks ago. When finished, Arris will have 19,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, and "some of the best waterfront views in the city."
It's now being said that the project will be "substantially complete" in early 2016.
An initial web site where you can sign up for information on leasing is at LiveArris.com.
Forest City tells me that work on the facade will continue through the next few months, with the expectation that the building will be completely enclosed by the end of the summer.
Also nestled into the press release about Arris is the statement that sometime this summer "development will begin on a 50-slip public marina as the newest addition to Yards Park," with completion expected by the end of the year.
(I was planning to get updated photos this weekend, so dang it, no up-to-the-second shots available. But you can see what it was looking like in late March.)
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Word is hitting the streets this morning that Akridge has now sold its remaining holdings on the west side of Half Street just north of Nats Park, ending an ownership that began in 2008 but that saw the Fairgrounds as its only development.
Back in February, Akridge sold the southern two-thirds of the block-long lot to JBG, and at the time it was said that the company was also "under contract to recapitalize the northern third of Half Street." It turns out that that "recapitalization" was a sale to an affiliate of Brandywine Realty Trust for $20 million, according to WBJ.
Akridge's arrival on this lot began back in 2007 when the company won a WMATA bidding process for what was then the Southeastern Bus Garage site. But Monument Realty, expecting to have the rights to develop the site, was quite unhappy, and sued, which resulted in the settlement that awarded the bus garage site to Akridge for $46.5 million and the adjacent Metro parking lot across Van to Monument for $22.6 million. Monument then sold its holdings on the south end of the bus garage block to Akridge for $9.66 million.
The company got zoning approvals in early 2009 for its Half Street plans, as a 700,000-square-foot mix of two office buildings, one residential building, and 56,000 square feet of retail. But, of course, none of that ever happened, and in the meantime Akridge provided the space for first The Bullpen, then Das Bullpen, then the block-long Fairgrounds site.
Now we wait to see what the plans for the north end will be, now that JBG has said it will be building two residential offerings on its portion near the ballpark.
(And I know the web site response is atrocious this morning. Guess I'm going to have to stop just wishing it will get better, though the support people tell me that a lot of this is supposedly now the fault of another site on the same server, which has two more days to clean up its act or else it'll be shut down. We Shall See.)
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Just like the perennials that begin popping up in springtime, the process to find a site for a new Marine Barracks has once again reappeared, with a Draft EIS released late on Friday that provides a deep study of five potential locations but does not identify the usual "preferred alternative."
For those lucky readers who have not been traveling on this path since it began in 2010 (!), the Marines are desperately wishing to move out of the antiquated and not-removed-enough-from-the-streets Building 20 at 8th and I streets, SE. (No, not the historic buildings that run along 8th Street where the Friday night parades are held--this is that lovely midcentury modern monolith on the south side of I Street.)
After the initial round of public workshops failed to magically come up with a solution that met the requirement that any new barracks be within 2,000 feet of the main post, an Environmental Impact Study was announced in 2012 and launched in the fall of 2013 (during my hiatus, so apologies for the hole in my reporting).
This draft EIS identifies five alternatives that meet the requirements that include constructing a 191,405 sf Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ) complex that complies with anti-terrorism/force protection setbacks as well as finding spaces for various support facilities currently housed in Building 20. But, in an unusual situation for a draft EIS, no "preferred alternative" has been identified--the Marines apparently don't have a (publicly stated) preference, and "each of the action alternatives involve trade-offs among economig, technical, environmental, and Marine Corps statutory requirements."
As for the five alternatives, they include:
* (Left) Taking 3 acres of privately held land on the two blocks bounded by Virginia, 8th, 9th, and Potomac, which would include acquiring 24 privately held properties, demolishing 14 buildings, and closing a one-block stretch of L Street, to build a five-story building with underground parking;
* (Left center) Taking two acres of former Southeast Federal Center land within the footprint of The Yards immediately to the west of Hull Street and the Navy Yard to build an eight-story building with an attached above-ground garage, a move that would necessitate an agreement with both Forest City and the GSA to transfer the land to the Marines and which apparently has already engendered Forest City's "formal opposition" (page 2-21);
* (Right center) Taking 1.67 acres within the walls of the Navy Yard, just south of M Street between 9th/Parsons and 10th, to build a 5- or 6-story building, while demolishing a building currently used by the Marines (Building 169) as well as tennis and basketball courts and a parking lot; and
* (Right) Using .89 acres nestled between the existing BEQ site at 7th and K and its lovely above-ground parking garage on L Street to build a 6- or 7-story building that would wrap around the existing Building 25, while still keeping the footprint of the large soccer/marching band field untouched. Parking would be in the existing underground garage at the old Building 20 site for both this alternative and the Navy Yard one.
(Why am I only mentioning four of the five? Because the Alternative B site is now newly spoken for, though I guess if the Marines really really want it....)
I am of course just scratching the surface of the 300-page document. If you want to learn more, and/or want to provide comments on any of these plans, there is going to be an open house public meeting on Wednesday, April 22, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at Tyler Elementary School (1001 G St., SE). Comments can also be submitted until May 26, either through the mail or the EIS web site.
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The notion of the Washington Humane Society acquiring the former Exxon site at 11th and M SE was in the news back in February, and I can now report that the land deal has been completed, thanks to a $5 million grant from the city.
This location will apparently replace the WHS facilities on both New York Avenue NE and Georgia Avenue NW.
But this won't be the agency's only presence on the block: it already operates its spay and neuter clinic in a building at 10th and L adjacent to this Exxon lot.
I had hoped to include more details on the plans for the site, but this post couldn't wait any longer, thanks to the newly released Draft EIS for the Marine Barracks hunt, in which this 36,500-acre lot was identified as one of five possible sites for the new barracks. {Cut to Barracks hunters despondently crossing yet another potential location off their list. Or not.}
This site, officially located at 1022 M St., SE, has been vacant since the Exxon closed and was demolished in 2008, except for a brief residence by a chair.
More to come on the Humane Society plans.
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Some brief links, because I think I've used up my allotment of words over the past few weeks, but also because the continuing web site problems have just utterly worn me down. (Reminder: if you get a 503 Service Unavailable error, or the site is loading but with all sorts of formatting problems, just count to 10--or maybe 20--and reload. They are supposedly investigating, but I may have to be committed before they manage to fix it.)
* RAMP CLOSURE SATURDAY: The ramp from M Street at 11th to the outbound 11th Street freeway bridge will be closed for "pavement striping modifications" on Saturday, April 11, from 7 am until 5 pm. The local bridge will be the detour. (DDOT)
* NO HOLIDAY FOR METERS: If you are thinking that you can park for free in metered street spaces near Nats Park on game days that fall on Sundays and holidays, you would be wrong. (DDOT)
* DOUGLASS BRIDGE $$$: Mayor Bowser's proposed FY16 budget includes $512.7 million for the new Douglass Bridge. (WBJ)
* BEST BAR BLUEJACKET: Esquire's "Best Bars in America" visited Bluejacket, among other spots, calling it the "Willy Wonka of beer breweries." (HillNow)
* FAIRGROUNDS LAMENT: "The Fairgrounds is a dying breed of the Nats fan experience." (WaPo)
* BREAKING ICE CREAM NEWS: Ice Cream Jubilee has added "Chocolate Matzo Crack," "Fig, Port, & Goat Cheese," and "Cherries Jubilee" as springtime flavors. And milkshakes!
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We've been calling it Ballpark Square, but now the Grosvenor/McCaffery residential, hotel, and retail project along 1st Street SE between M and N has its official name:
F1rst.
(Yes, that's a numeral "1" in place of the "i".)
We also now have an operator for the 170-room hotel--it will be a Residence Inn by Marriott, joining the chain's Courtyard location that's been in the neighborhood since 2006.
The residential building will have 325 units--a mix of studios through 2 BR/den--plus a fitness center, club room, outdoor courtyard, garage with bike parking, and a rooftop deck with a pool, grilling stations, dog park, and an "outdoor multimedia theatre" on the building's southwest corner that will have stadium-style seating and a view into Nats Park.
It will take about two years for the buildings to be completed, though some retail tenants could move in starting in the first quarter of 2017.
And, as I reported a few weeks ago (even though nobody believed me), Taylor Gourmet and Chop't are already signed for some of the project's 25,000 square feet of retail.
The event today did not have shovels and hardhats--which made sense given that the ground has already been broken--but there were dignitaries and speeches, and a ceremonial throwing of baseballs into the construction footprint.
I took photos, of course, and here's the full gallery. A few snippets here, though:
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100 B/O L ST SE   THEFT
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 04/08/15
50 B/O M ST SE   THEFT
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100 B/O K ST SE   THEFT F/AUTO
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 04/04/15
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Active Public Space Permits Archive  
1401 11TH ST SE    Maryland Transit Administration 
Issued
new  
 12/30/14
to
12/29/15
861 NEW JERSEY AVE SE    CSX Transportation Inc. 
Assigned
paving; excavation  
 01/09/15
to
10/09/15
1100 NEW JERSEY AVE SE    Capitol Riverfront BID 
Issued
streetfixture; new  
 08/19/14
to
08/18/15

Recent Issued Building Permits Archive  
1011 1ST ST SE   
04/20/15 
COLIN CLARK / MICHAEL BIANCO; COLIN CLARK; MITCH PERMUY
E98099105 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1265 1ST ST SE   
04/10/15 
CAPITAL RIVERFRONT HOTEL LLC / JERONE SCOTT
P1504925 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
04/10/15 
BIT INVESTMENT FIFTY-EIGHT LLC / OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY
EN1501330 / SHOP DRAWING
TYPE OF ELEVATOR : TWO (2) TRACTION / STEEL / CENTRAL / VERTICAL TRANSPOTATION LICENSE NUMBER : ELC1300386 ISSUE DATE : 08 / 04 / 2014 EXPIRATION DATE 11-30-2015
1277 1ST ST SE   
04/15/15 
BALLPARK RESIDENTIAL LLC / CLARK CONSTRUCTION GROUP LLC
AH1500366 / CONSTRUCTION
ON-SITE PROJECT WORK AND TRUCK DELIVERY HOURS 6:00AM - 7:00PM MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY FOR THE PROJECT DURATION AND THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAYS: EMANCIPATION DAY 4 / 16 / 15 COLUMBUS DAY 10 / 12 / 15 VETERANS DAY 11 / 11 / 15
1331 4TH ST SE   
04/17/15 
CLARK CONCRETE
AH1500371 / CONSTRUCTION
AFTERHOURS TO POUR CONCRETE ON ROOF FROM 4 / 20 / 2015 TO 5 / 20 / 2015 FROM 7PM TO 7AM
   
04/21/15 
FC 1331 LLC / JAMES G HOLT
E1505081 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1150 5TH ST SE   
04/09/15 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA JEFFREY LUKER QUINN EVANS ARCHITECTS / REBECCA RUSCHMA ECS MID-ATLANTIC
SB1500233 / CONSTRUCTION
WE WILL PERFORM A TOTAL OF TWO SOIL BORINGS ON THE PROPOSED SITE AND ONE AUGER PROBE BORING FOR INFILTRATION TESTING. ONE BORING WILL EXTEND TO A DEPTH OF 100 FEET AND THE ANOTHER WILL EXTEND TO A DEPTH OF 15 FEET BELOW EXISTING SITE GRADES AND WILL BE LOCATED WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF THE PRIVATE PROPERTY. WE WILL ALSO DRILL ONE PROBE BORING OFFSET FROM THE 15 FOOT BORING TO A DEPTH OF APPROXIMATELY 1...
   
04/15/15 
DGS DCPS / BRUCE PAIGE INDUSTRIAL SERVICES
B1506192 / CONSTRUCTION
REPLACE EXISTING INOPERABLE GENERAC GENERATOR WITH A NEW 6.7L GENERAC GENERATOR
1015 HALF ST SE   
04/11/15 
HALF ST SE LLC / ANDREW ARNTSON; HALF ST SE LLC; ANDREW ARNTSON
P63100436 / SUPPLEMENTAL
55 M ST SE   
04/14/15 
HINES GLOBAL REIT / JOHN GIUSEPPE-RAMCO
TL1500090 / CONSTRUCTION
FIRST TIME TENANT CONSTRUCTION FOR NEW OFFICE SPACE ON THE 9TH FLOOR FINCANTIERI MARINE GROUP AS SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED THIRD PARTY REVIEWED AND APPROVED MECH. PLUMB. ELECT. FIRE PROTECTION AND ARCH. PLANS BY KTA GROUP. INTERIOR WORK ONLY. NO CHANGE IN USE.
   
04/15/15 
HINES GLOBAL REIT / JOHN GIUSEPPE-RAMCO
TL1500077 / CONSTRUCTION
TENANT LAYOUT TO CONSTRUCTION NEWTHIRD FLOOR OFFICE SPACE FOR GREAT MINDS AS SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED THIRD PARTY REVIEWED AND APPROVED MECH. PLUMB. ELECT. FIRE PROTECTION AND ARCH. DWGS. BY KTA. INTERIOR WORK ONLY NO STRUCTURAL WORK INVOLVED.
   
04/17/15 
HINES GLOBAL REIT 55 M STREET LLC /
P1505068 / SUPPLEMENTAL
80 M ST SE   
04/20/15 
WELLS REIT II 80 M STREET LLC / JOHN GIUSEPPE-RAMCO
B1503697 / CONSTRUCTION
RENOVATIONS TO EXISTING 5TH FLOOR OFFICE SPACE FOR TASC PHASE I AS SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED THIRD PARTY REVIEWED AND APPROVED MECH. PLUMB. ELECT. FIRE PROTECTION DEMOLITION AND ARCH. DWGS. BY KTA. INTERIOR WORK ONLY. NO STRUCTURAL WORK INVOLVED. NO CHANGE IN USE.
50 M ST SE   
04/07/15 
KCG 50 M LLC / FVI2020
B1501877 / CONSTRUCTION
A NEW 11 STORY AND PENTHOUSE LEVEL HOTEL WITH 195 ROOMS INCLUDING 766 SQ-FT FUNCTION ROOM 2ND FLOOR AND 4874 SQ-FT OF GENERAL RETAIL USE ON THE 1ST FLOOR. THE BUILDING WILL HAVE 2 BELOW GRADE PARKING LEVELS TO ACCOMODATE REQUIRED AUTOMOBILE PARKING. LOADING IS ACCOMODATED AT THE 1ST FLOOR.
80 M ST SE   
04/21/15 
WELLS REIT II 80 M STREET LLC / RONNIE E WRIGHT
E1505080 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
04/21/15 
NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE / NEIL NUTWELL; NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE; NEIL NUTWELL
P84507258 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
04/21/15 
UNKNOWN UNKNOWN / PATRICK BARRON; UNKNOWN UNKNOWN; ROBIN MALLEY
E38207212 / SUPPLEMENTAL
300 M ST SE   
04/21/15 
NA NA NA
EHOP1290001 / HOME OCCUPATION
1201 M ST SE   
04/09/15 
COPT / EVAN O'BRIEN/ D MCKEEVER SERVICES
B1505061 / CONSTRUCTION
INTERIOR RENOVATION ONLY TO BATHROOMS ON FLOORS 1-4.
909 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
04/07/15 
909 NEW JERSEY AVENUE ACQUISITION LLC / SHAW HERGENRATHER
P1504830 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1200 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
04/08/15 
JBG/FEDERAL CENTER LLC / JOHN MCDONALD
P1504842 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1000 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
04/07/15 
PHILIP BROWN
PC93167082 / POST CARD
REPLACEMENT OF NOT MORE THAN 1 GAS APPLIANCE ON A RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL PROJECT.
   
04/13/15 
CAPITOL HILL TOWER HOUSING COOPERATIVE INCF / BRIAN DENNIS
P1504947 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1500 SOUTH CAPITOL ST SE   
04/06/15 
WASHINGTON NATIONALS STADIUM LLC / JOHN GIUSEPPE-RAMCO
B1503799 / CONSTRUCTION
RENOVATIONS FOR NATIONALS NEW TEAM STORE LOCATED AT THE EAST GARAGE CONCOURSE AND 400 LEVELS AS SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED THIRD PARTY REVIEWED AND APPROVED MECHANICAL PLUMBING ELECTRICAL FIRE PROTECTION DEMOLITION ARCHITECTURAL AND STRUCTURAL DWGS. BY ECS MID-ATLANTIC LLC.
   
04/06/15 
WASHINGTON NATIONALS STADIUM LLC / JOHN GIUSEPPE-RAMCO
B1505076 / CONSTRUCTION
RENOVATIONS TO EXISTING CONCESSION STAND LOCATED ON THE 300 LEVEL OF NATS PARK STAND 310 NATIONALS PIZZA AS SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED THIRD PARTY REVIEWED AND APPROVED MECH. PLUMB. ELECT. FIRE PROTECTION AND ARCH. DWGS. BY ECS MID-ATLANTIC LLC. NO CHANGE IN USE NO STRUCTURAL WORK INVOLVED.
   
04/07/15 
NATIONALS STADUIM / RANDAL COX; NATIONALS STADUIM; RANDAL COX
E37461133 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
04/08/15 
WASHINGTON NATIONAL STADIUM LIC. / DAVID C. WILLIAMS
E1504771 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
04/09/15 
JOHN GIUSEPPE / PHIL HAUHN; JOHN GIUSEPPE; PHILIP HAUHN
E19554829 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
04/15/15 
WASHINGTON NATIONALS STADIUM LLC / JOHN GIUSEPPE-RAMCO
B1506296 / CONSTRUCTION
REVISION TO BLDG. PERMIT B1503799 NEW TEAM STORE AT NATIONALS PARK AS PER THE ATTACHED THIRD PARTY REVIEWED AND APPROVED REVISED MECH. PLUMB. ELECT. FIRE PROTECTION AND ARCH. PLANS BY ECS MID ATLANTIC LLC. ORIGINAL APPROVED PLAN SET ATTACHED ALONG WITH WRITTEN DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES MADE.
   
04/17/15 
WASHINGTON NATIONAL STADIUM LLC / DOMINIC E TOTARO
M1501639 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
04/17/15 
WASHINGTON NATIONALS STADIUM / STEPHEN J. EXELBERT
P1505092 / 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;

Real Property Sales Archive  
1022 - 1109 M ST SE   03/27/15
$ 5,000,000
WASHINGTON HUMANE SOCIETY
 
9TH ST SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
POTOMAC AV SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
POTOMAC AV SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
POTOMAC AV SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
1103 9TH ST SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
1105 9TH ST SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
816 POTOMAC AVE SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
0819R L ST SE   03/03/15
$ 3,730,000
818 POTOMAC AVENUE SE LLC
 
1201 HALF ST SE   02/19/15
$ 9,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL II LLC
 
N ST SE   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
0038 N ST SE   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
0036 N ST SE   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
R N ST SE   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
0030 N ST SE   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
0032 N ST SE   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
N ST SE   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
1275 HALF ST   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
HALF ST   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
M ST   02/19/15
$ 36,000,000
WEST HALF RESIDENTIAL III LLC
 
1ST ST SE   02/10/15
$ 1,913,472
BALLPARK HOTEL LLC
 
1ST ST SE   02/10/15
$ 1,913,472
BALLPARK HOTEL LLC
 
1ST ST SE   02/10/15
$ 1,913,472
BALLPARK HOTEL LLC
 
1ST ST SE   02/10/15
$ 6,600,000
BALLPARK RESIDENTIAL LLC
 
1ST ST SE   02/10/15
$ 6,600,000
BALLPARK RESIDENTIAL LLC
 
1ST ST SE   02/10/15
$ 6,600,000
BALLPARK RESIDENTIAL LLC
 
1ST ST SE   02/10/15
$ 6,600,000
BALLPARK RESIDENTIAL LLC
 


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