The Douglass, the anchor building of the transformative Bridge District development in Washington, DC’s Ward 8, is currently the largest multifamily housing project to pursue Zero Carbon Certification from the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), and the only one in the DC area.
Redbrick is proud that Whitman-Walker Health will call our new medical office building in St. Elizabeths East home. Washington Post coverage highlights the valuable contributions this institution has made to the neighborhood, and how this new space will further empower their mission.
Channel 9 covered new renderings submitted in a recent design review for Redbrick’s potentially transformative mixed-used retail housing development planned for Ward 8. Plans for the second phase of D.C.’s new “Bridge District” in Poplar Point just across the newly redesigned Frederick Douglass Bridge will include nearly 1,000 housing units and more than 24,000 square… Continue reading Renderings: Transformative Housing and Retail Development Coming to Ward 8
Washington DC wants to close the gap in Black homeownership through initiatives that make owning a home more achievable and affordable. Redbrick LMD is proud to deliver townhomes in the Congress Heights community that are helping advance the city’s goals for aspiring homeowners.
Redbrick LMD has secured a $142.5 million loan to finance the construction of The Douglass, a 750-unit residential building at the Bridge District that includes approximately 40,000 square feet of retail and 80 affordable units.
Community banks may be missing out on a key opportunity to reinvest their capital gains and help boost development in underserved communities through the Opportunity Zone (OZ) program — all while receiving Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) credits.
Louis Dubin, principal and managing partner at Redbrick LMD, joins the show to discuss how he determines the optimal amount of debt to use in Opportunity Zone deals.
In 2011, Tom Skinner and William Passmore, two of the three founders of real estate owner, developer and manager Redbrick LMD, stood atop a parking garage in Washington, D.C.’s Poplar Point and saw a vision for a sliver of vacant, underused land adjacent to the structure.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and other District leaders on Monday celebrated the groundbreaking of Sycamore & Oak, a new community-led temporary development located on Parcel 15 in Congress Heights. Officials say the structure consists of a 22,000-square-foot Interim Retail Village (IRV) that will incubate retail and food concepts that originated in the community and provide job… Continue reading DC leaders break ground on Sycamore & Oak; new community space in Congress Heights
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, members of her administration and other city officials celebrated the groundbreaking of Sycamore & Oak, a new community-led temporary development located on Parcel 15 at the St. Elizabeths East Campus in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Ward 8. The Sycamore & Oak project will feature a 22,000 square-foot Interim Retail Village… Continue reading Bowser Celebrates Groundbreaking of St. Elizabeths East Campus Parcel 15 Project