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If you are wandering by the southeast corner of South Capitol and M Streets next week and are wondering about seeing a bunch of well-dressed VIPs wielding shovels, it's not a new job training program--it'll be a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new headquarters for the National Association of Broadcasters at One M Street SE, being developed by Monument Realty.
The real work of construction, I'm told, is slated to start later this summer, but the NAB bigwigs were apparently going to be gathering in DC for a board meeting this month and so will take the opportunity to mark the occasion.
(And of course there is no statutory requirement that ceremonial groundbreakings take place x number of days before or after the start of actual digging.)
This headquarters will be a 120,000-square-foot offering with about 4,800 square feet of ground floor retail, and is expected to open in 2018. NAB and Monument announced the deal in April of 2015, calling it the "culmination of a rigorous search for a location with easier access to Capitol Hill that will allow NAB to improve its advocacy efforts."
Monument also tells me that the current plan is to also start this summer on 10 Van Street, the NAB HQ's 163-unit residential sibling immediately to the south, which you can see here and on my One M/10 Van project page.
And the big news that I'm burying all the way down here is that Monument tells me that the decision has been made that 10 Van will be condos, with a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units as well as multi-level two-bedroom townhouses facing both Van and South Capitol.
Once it gets started, the NAB HQ would be the second office project under construction, joining Skanska's on-spec 99 M a couple of blocks to the east. The 10 Van project will become part of the long list of residential projects currently being built, and will be the second in this block of South Capitol Street, along with JBG's 290-unit rental building at 1244 South Capitol that is expected to be completed in 2017. These will also be the first projects to get underway in 2016, unless the Yards Parcel O condo and rental buildings get started first.
I guess we'll know for sure that NAB/10 Van construction is truly at hand when the surface parking lot there stops accepting Nats gameday parking....
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NavyYardGuy says: (6/15/16 3:02 PM)
Condos. We need more condos.

Great news JD.


dude says: (6/15/16 10:29 PM)
More cool looking buildings. And of course that awesome Public Storage.


ras92 says: (6/16/16 9:35 AM)
YAY CONDOS FINALLY!!!


conngs0 says: (6/16/16 10:24 AM)
Nice little influx of condo buildings coming into the neighborhood with this and the PN Hoffman project across from the Banfield and Vida that's supposed to get underway this summer.


jdc says: (6/17/16 8:25 AM)
Who would want to face S. Capitol? Not at all an attractive view from anything below maybe the 5th or 6th floor. That said, another big boon to this area of JDLand, and I cannot wait.


jdc says: (6/18/16 7:57 AM)
Between these 2 buildings and then 1244 South Capitol, the storage facility sticks out like a sore thumb....If indeed the parcel off I street becomes a self storage facility (where there is no better use of that land), I wonder if at some point this site will just be too attractive to remain this use and the owners (who owns it JD?) redevelop it into apartments or *gasp* condos?


jdc says: (6/18/16 8:03 AM)
And one last point: I wondering how much concern (and competition there will be) over filling in all of the retail near the stadium? 1244 S. Cap. will have 26,000 sf retail, 25 M St will have 20,000 sf retail, JBG Half St. will have 65,000 sf, and Half St. hole parcel is set for over 60,000 sf of retail. (Is there any empty retail at 55 M anymore?) That's 171,000 sf of retail in the next 2-3 years, NOT including any retail going up on 1st St as part of those office/residential/dedicated 7k retail buildings. For comparison, the size of an average Wal-Mart supercenter is 179,000 square feet.


JD says: (6/18/16 9:11 AM)
As for all the retail space, I wrote a post not all that long ago very similar to what you wrote, laying out all the retail space coming soon, and that it will be interesting to watch how long it takes, and what type of retail comes in. And hardly anyone commented on it, so I guess it's not very interesting. :)

No big developer owns the self storage between JBG and Monument's projects. Though I'm guessing that whoever does own it gets an awful lot of phone calls!

{Actually, now that I think about it, maybe the big breaking down of coming retail space was in a comment on a post. Trying to find it.}


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