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Madison Collective Opens In Alexandria This Summer

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Chop Shop Taco Interior

Original article by alexandrianews.org, May 2, 2018

Avanti Holdings announced their latest development in Alexandria. Madison Collective will open this summer. Located in the heart of Parker-Gray neighborhood at 1008 Madison Street, just off N. Henry Street, Madison Collective will be home to Chop Shop Taco, Marlowe Ink, The Waiting Room, Grateful Kitchen Co, and Zweet Sport.

Born and raised in Alexandria, Avanti principal Teddy Kim has long dreamt of bringing locally owned businesses to the neighborhoods surrounding King Street. Once a partner in, and an instrumental part of opening, Mason Social, Kim hopes to serve the growing community of Parker-Gray. Formerly a used car lot and automobile chop shop, the space where Madison Collective now sits will be put to good use.

Chop Shop Taco
A partnership between Avanti Holdings, Kris Garcia and Chef Ed McIntosh of Tortilladora, Chop Shop Taco will offer an ever rotating menu of tacos, tortas and snacks influenced by the season, childhood nostalgia and community. Chef McIntosh plans to use premium ingredients and “off the spit” chopped meats including Al Pastor, Chicken, Pork Belly and Brisket, all in a casual setting. Converted from an actual automobile chop shop, the restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner.

Marlowe Ink and The Waiting Room
With an artistic atmosphere and high energy tattooing, Marlowe Ink at Madison Collective is the newest location belonging to beloved tattooer, James Marlowe. Marlowe has been tattooing for approximately 30 years, having opened his first location, Marlowe Ink, in Fairfax, VA 15 years ago. The new Alexandria location will be the home base of tattooers Danny Zelsman and Jen White, with guest spots from Hayden Zelsman, Anya Gladun, Phil Watkins, and many out of town names.

The Waiting Room is a neighborhood gathering space in the middle of Madison Collective, below Marlowe Ink. Designed to be a place where people can wait for a reservation at Chop Shop, host events and parties, or meet up with a friend before taking a gym class, the refurbished warehouse space will be decorated with art curated by Kari of Artbot.

Zweet Sport
Zweet Sport Total Fitness encompasses two unique, elite fitness studios under the same roof: a 35 bike cycling room and small group fitness/personal training space to be used for one-on-one or semi-private sweat sessions. Zweet Sport Total Fitness is a boutique fitness studio that takes these top-notch disciplines and combines them so that you are able to have one membership and a common community while also enjoying a customized experience. This is the second venture for the owners of Zweet Sport Total Fitness, who also operate a hot yoga school nearby.

Grateful Kitchen Co.
Next to Zweet Sport will be Grateful Kitchen Co. a standing room only juice bar with a walk-up window serving made to order juice and espresso to be enjoyed outside, on the go, or inside at the counters. Similar to a European coffee bar, Grateful Kitchen Co’s menu will be centered around health and the idea of food as medicine. The intention is to create food and drink that not only tastes good but serves a purpose for the body. Many of the options will be plant-based.

WashREIT Reaches Deal To Sell Braddock Metro Center Office Complex

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The Braddock Metro Center Office Complex in Alexandria

Original article by Bisnow Washington, D.C., Jon Banister, October 27, 2017

After signing a General Services Administration lease at its Braddock Metro Center office complex in July, WashREIT is cashing out.

WashREIT signed a letter of intent this month to sell the 356K SF office complex, CEO Paul McDermott announced on the company’s Q3 earnings call Friday morning. He did not disclose the buyer or price, but said it expects the deal to close during the fourth quarter.

McDermott said the sale continues WashREIT’s strategy of selling out of the suburban office market and focusing on quality buildings in D.C.’s urban core. The CEO said the capital earned from the sale of Braddock Metro Center will go toward its recent $135M acquisition of Watergate 600. It plans to launch extensive renovations on the property, a 309K SF piece of the famed six-building Watergate mixed-use complex.

WashREIT acquired the four-building Braddock Metro Center complex in 2011 for $101M. It faced a large vacancy this year with one of its anchor tenants, Engility, leaving 134K SF when its lease expired in September to consolidate into other locations. The landlord got a win in July when it landed a new federal government tenant, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service, for 131K SF.

The deal also fits with the REIT’s strategy of limiting its exposure to large government leases and instead filling its buildings with small to midsize private sector tenants, McDermott said.

The property at 1310-1340 Braddock Place sits just steps from the Braddock Metro station, an area with loads of new development in its pipeline. Jaguar Development got approval in July for a 258-unit mixed-use building, the second phase of its Braddock Gateway development. Jaguar sold the parcel for the project’s first phase in 2011 to Trammell Crow, which built a 15-story, 270-unit residential building that is expected to deliver this year.

The project’s third phase would add a 317K SF mixed-use building with 250 to 300 units and 8K SF of retail. Avanti Holdings Group is planning a 100K SF development, likely multifamily or hospitality, on a a nearby site.

Also on Friday’s earnings call, McDermott announced the sale of the 212-unit Walker House Apartments in Gaithersburg for $32.2M. He said that capital would also be reallocated to 600 Watergate.

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Rock Creek Property Group eyes major redevelopment prospect in Huntington

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Rock Creek Property Group has teamed up with Avanti Holdings Group LLC to acquire 5904 Richmond Highway.
COURTESY KLNB

Original article by Washington Business Journal, Daniel Sernovitz, October 2, 2017

Rock Creek Property Group is eyeing a potentially major redevelopment along Richmond Highway in Fairfax County’s Huntington submarket, near Washington Real Estate Investment Trust’s planned Riverside Apartments expansion.

Rock Creek partnered with Avanti Holdings Group LLC last month to acquire 5904 Richmond Highway for $8.3 million from an affiliate of retired property owner Bill Fetch. The acquisition includes a 78,000-square-foot office building that is about 65 percent leased and recently underwent a $1 million renovation. KLNB Principal Joshua Simon, who represented the buyers in the deal, said Rock Creek and Avanti will focus in the near term on boosting the building’s occupancy but, on a second track, will explore pursuing a larger redevelopment of more than 1 million square feet.

The property is one of several nodes along Richmond Highway that Fairfax County has identified in a comprehensive plan for higher density development, Simon said. Rock Creek and Avanti would only be able to unlock that potential, he noted, by teaming up with the owner of the adjacent Ourisman Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Alexandria at 5900 Richmond Highway.

“You can’t do anything with it by itself, so this comprehensive plan essentially says our site, linked up with Ourisman, would unlock this very, very great amount of development potential,” Simon said, adding the two parties have had informal talks but have not yet reached the point of formal negotiations. “They bought it with the intent of leasing up the remaining vacancy, as a straight office play, but there definitely is an open eye to whatever is possible there.”

Fetch retained Gates Hudson & Associates to market the site, which started out at a higher asking price of around $13 million but came down to its ultimate sale price of around $106 per square foot.

Rock Creek and Avanti have also retained KLNB to handle leasing for the property, and Simon said he believes the office building is positioned in the near term to benefit from factors including WashREIT’s plans to add 550 units to the 1,222-unit Riverside complex.

Simon said he already had discussions with a handful of prospective tenants weighing relocations from nearby Old Town Alexandria, where the office rental rate hovers at about $10 per square foot higher than the roughly $23-$24-per-square-foot range KLNB is shooing for at 5904 Richmond Highway.

 

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Fairfax County office building sells for $8.3 million

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Original article by VirginiaBusiness.com, September 28, 2017

KLNB, a Maryland-based real estate brokerage firm, has announced the sale of 5904 Richmond Highway, a 78,000-square-foot office building in Fairfax County, for $8.3 million.

Joshua Simon,  principal at KLNB, represented the buyer — a joint venture of Rock Creek Property Group and Avanti Holdings Group, LLC — and has also been retained to handle leasing of the building. The property sold on Sept. 8 for nearly $106 per square foot.

The structure is a newly renovated office building in Fairfax’s Huntington submarket with suites ranging from 1,800 to 15,780 square feet. The building has access to Route 1, Old Town Alexandria and National Harbor. It’s within walking distance to the Huntington Metro Station and Mount Vernon Trail.

In a statement, Simon described the Huntington area as “an untapped submarket with great potential and high expected future density.
As companies continue to look for lower lease rates compared to Old Town Alexandria, they will immediately see value in Huntington thanks to its prime location and anticipated growth.”

5904 Richmond Highway is currently 65 percent leased, with a remaining five office suites available.

KLNB’s offices are located in Towson and Columbia, Md.; Washington, D.C.; and Dulles and Tysons, Va.

 

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Office building in Huntington sells for $8.3 million

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5904 Richmond Highway

Original article by coveringthecorridor, October 29, 2017

The high-rise office building located at 5904 Richmond Highway was sold in early September for $8.3 million, according to a press release from KLNB, the real estate firm that brokered the deal.

The 78,000 square-foot building is now owned by Rock Creek Property Group and Avanti Holdings Group, LLC.

The press release noted that the property had recently been renovated and was acquired for a “favorable price.” Fairfax County property records show the assessed value for 5904 Richmond Highway in 2016 was $13 million.

“We are incredibly in tune with the Huntington market and it’s clear that it is an untapped submarket with great potential and high expected future density,” KLNB’s Joshua Simon, who represented the buyer, said in the release. “As companies continue to look for lower lease rates compared to Old Town Alexandria, they will immediately see value in Huntington thanks to its prime location and anticipated growth.”

Some of that anticipated growth includes a plan to greatly expand the adjacent Riverside Apartments complex. That proposal, which is scheduled to before the Fairfax County Planning Commission next week, calls for five new buildings with nearly 800 units to be added to the Riverside complex, which already contains more than 1,200 units in three buildings.

5904 Richmond Highway actually sits far off of Route 1, behind the Great American Steak & Buffet and Ourisman car dealership. Office space in the building ranges between 1,800 to 15,780 square feet, and the building is currently 65 percent leased, the KLNB release said. Among the businesses currently located there are Curb (formerly known as Taxi Magic).

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Investing in the future, OPEI purchases new headquarters building

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ALEXANDRIA, Va.Aug. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) announces the association has purchased a new headquarters building, and will move its offices to 1605 King Street, Alexandria, Va., in the spring of 2018.

Avanti Holding Group principal Teddy Kim and OPEI President and CEO Kris Kiser close Aug. 15.

OPEI President and CEO Kris Kiser said the trade association outgrew its current space. The new building will be better equipped for the association’s needs. “OPEI has been dealing with a problem for a couple years now,” Kiser said. “And it’s a great problem to have: We’ve increased our membership and increased our member engagement to a point that we’ve outgrown our current location and meeting space.”

The new OPEI headquarters will include a state-of-the-art conference center that can seat 50 people for in-person and virtual meetings. This new space will enable OPEI members around the country and overseas to participate more fully in association business and activities.

“As a trade group with members in EuropeJapanChina and across the United States, we have global meetings, and we wanted to be able to host them in person and virtually. Now, we’ll be better suited to host ISO, IEC and other international gatherings,” said Kiser. “Alexandria has been our home for 30 years. When we looked to make this decision, we considered other locales, and our board of directors chose to reinvest in Alexandriadue to its proximity to Washington, D.C., airports, hotels, as well as its historic character and lifestyle.”

OPEI’s new King Street location is on the historic main thoroughfare in the bustling heart of Old Town Alexandria, and is within walking distance to several hotels. It is one block from the King Street Metro station, the second subway stop from Washington National Airport. It will also have private offices reserved for members when they visit the D.C. area.

OPEI closed on its new location on Aug. 15, and the move represents a multi-million-dollar investment. OPEI has retained OTJ Architects of Washington, D.C., for the project.

“In 1987, OPEI’s board was prescient and chose to relocate from Washington, D.C., to Alexandria and built its current building. The current building met our needs for three decades and appreciated considerably. Our new building prepares us for future growth and engagement,” said Kiser.

About OPEI
The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) is an international trade association representing more than 100 power equipment, engine and utility vehicle manufacturers and suppliers. OPEI is the advocacy voice of the industry, and a recognized Standards Development Organization for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and active internationally through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in the development of safety and performance standards. OPEI is managing partner of GIE+EXPO, the industry’s annual international trade show, and the creative force behind the environmental education program, TurfMutt.com. OPEI-Canada represents members on a host of issues, including recycling, emissions and other regulatory developments across the Canadian provinces. For more information, visit www.OPEI.org.

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Original article by PRESS RELEASE PR NewswireAug. 21, 2017

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Investing in the future, OPEI purchases new headquarters building

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ALEXANDRIA, Va.Aug. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) announces the association has purchased a new headquarters building, and will move its offices to 1605 King Street, Alexandria, Va., in the spring of 2018.

Avanti Holding Group principal Teddy Kim and OPEI President and CEO Kris Kiser close Aug. 15.

Original article by Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI)Aug 21, 2017

OPEI President and CEO Kris Kiser said the trade association outgrew its current space. The new building will be better equipped for the association’s needs. “OPEI has been dealing with a problem for a couple years now,” Kiser said. “And it’s a great problem to have: We’ve increased our membership and increased our member engagement to a point that we’ve outgrown our current location and meeting space.”

The new OPEI headquarters will include a state-of-the-art conference center that can seat 50 people for in-person and virtual meetings. This new space will enable OPEI members around the country and overseas to participate more fully in association business and activities.

“As a trade group with members in EuropeJapanChina and across the United States, we have global meetings, and we wanted to be able to host them in person and virtually. Now, we’ll be better suited to host ISO, IEC and other international gatherings,” said Kiser. “Alexandria has been our home for 30 years. When we looked to make this decision, we considered other locales, and our board of directors chose to reinvest in Alexandriadue to its proximity to Washington, D.C., airports, hotels, as well as its historic character and lifestyle.”

OPEI’s new King Street location is on the historic main thoroughfare in the bustling heart of Old Town Alexandria, and is within walking distance to several hotels. It is one block from the King Street Metro station, the second subway stop from Washington National Airport. It will also have private offices reserved for members when they visit the D.C. area.

OPEI closed on its new location on Aug. 15, and the move represents a multi-million-dollar investment. OPEI has retained OTJ Architects of Washington, D.C., for the project.

“In 1987, OPEI’s board was prescient and chose to relocate from Washington, D.C., to Alexandria and built its current building. The current building met our needs for three decades and appreciated considerably. Our new building prepares us for future growth and engagement,” said Kiser.

About OPEI
The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) is an international trade association representing more than 100 power equipment, engine and utility vehicle manufacturers and suppliers. OPEI is the advocacy voice of the industry, and a recognized Standards Development Organization for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and active internationally through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in the development of safety and performance standards. OPEI is managing partner of GIE+EXPO, the industry’s annual international trade show, and the creative force behind the environmental education program, TurfMutt.com. OPEI-Canada represents members on a host of issues, including recycling, emissions and other regulatory developments across the Canadian provinces. For more information, visit www.OPEI.org.

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– Ami Neiberger-Miller, Four Leaf PR on behalf of OPEI, 703-887-4877, ami@fourleafpr.com
– Suzanne Henry, Four Leaf PR on behalf of OPEI, 434-972-7278, suzanne@fourleafpr.com

 

SOURCE Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI)

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Jaguar Development Gets Approval For Braddock Gateway Phase 2

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Original article by Bisnow, Jon Bannister, June 7, 2017

The robust development pipeline at Alexandria’s Braddock Road Metro got a push forward Tuesday evening.  Alexandria’s Planning Commission voted to approved Phase 2 of Braddock Gateway, a 258-unit mixed-use building. Jaguar Development’s project will also include 8K SF of retail and a 28K SF park. Jaguar Development managing partner Eddy Cetina called the Phase 2 approval a big step. She said she expects to break ground in about 12 months after completing the construction documents and securing the building permits.  After getting Phase 1 of the development entitled, Jaguar sold the parcel to Trammell Crow in 2011 for $14M. The developer brought on WashREIT as a partner and broke ground on the 15-story, 270-unit residential building in December 2015 with a delivery expected this year. The planned third phase would add a 317K SF mixed-use building with 250 to 300 units and 8K SF of retail, completing the seven-acre site. Next to Jaguar’s project, Avanti Holdings Group is planning a 100K SF development, likely multifamily or hospitality, on the site of an industrial property it bought last year. UPDATE, JUNE 8, 11:00 A.M.: While it originally partnered with WashREIT in the acquisition of Braddock Gateway Phase 1, Trammell Crow informed Bisnow that it has since replaced them with Meadow Partners in the deal.

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Robust Braddock road metro development pipeline keeps growing

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The Braddock Road Metro area in Alexandria has a significant amount of development in its pipeline, and, after buying an industrial property last week, Avanti Holdings Group plans to add to it.

The Alexandria-based developer bought the 19k SF building at 1200 North Henry St, below, for $3.85M from William Dwyer Properties, with NAI KLNB brokering the deal.  In the short term, Avanti will maintain the building’s eight existing leases, mainly light-industrial uses, and look to fill some of the vacant space, but the company has development plans in mind.  Avanti principal Teddy Kim tells Bisnow the company hopes to tear down the warehouse and build a roughly 100k SF development. The specific type of project is not yet certain, but Teddy says they are focusing primarily on multifamily, hospitality and senior living options.

  Courtesy: KLNB

“The office market is somewhat depressed, I don’t know that it’s a great office site anyway,” Teddy, pictured above on the right with Game Beverage Group EVP Bruce Caughman and Greenhouse Bistro’s Saba Givpour, says. “We feel like it’s going to be one of those three food groups, but we’re open to anything…At the end of the day more density is going to be the answer.” Teddy says they would also be open to ground-leasing the site to a retailer who wanted to build a store, but he is mainly focusing on development options to add more density. He says Avanti is seeking development partners with experience in Alexandria who could help them get through the approval process and build one of these asset types. The site is zoned for industrial, but under the Braddock Metro Neighborhood Plan the density could be increased to 2.5 to 3 FAR, which Teddy estimates would be roughly 90k to 105k SF.

City of Alexandria Avanti’s site, with the arrow pointing to it, sits adjacent to the site of Jaguar Development’s Braddock Gateway mixed-use project, which is approved for more than 800 residential units. Jaguar sold the first building parcel to Trammell Crow in 2011 for $14M. After bringing in WashREIT as JV partner, Trammell Crow broke ground on the 15-story, 270-unit residential building (top left) last December and plans to deliver it next year.  “That’s why the hotel could be a potentially good option,” Teddy says. “Because you’ve got so many new units coming online and the location is so central. North Old Town is beginning to develop an identity…It’s a great location for anything, but a hotel in particular could add to that fabric.”  NAI KLNB’s Josh Simon, who worked with Avanti on the sale and is continuing to help Teddy with the development plans, says they are hoping to get through the approval process by late 2017 or early 2018. He says they have spoken with architects and, given the site’s characteristics, believes Avanti could build a seven-story building with roughly 20k SF floor plates, which he says would yield around 100 to 150 multifamily units or 200 hotel rooms.  If Avanti decides to go with hotel or senior living, Teddy expects to break ground as soon as possible. If Avanti brings in a multifamily partner, though, Josh says they will wait and watch the market—and Jaguar’s development—to determine when the best time to break ground would be.  Jaguar Development Jaguar controls the remaining four buildings of the Braddock Gateway project. The City Council in April approved Phases 2 and 3 (rendered above), which will amount to 541 residential units and 17k SF of retail, plus a two-thirds-acre park.  Jaguar managing partner Eddy Cettina says the company still has to go through the special use permitting process and doesn’t have a scheduled groundbreaking date yet. She says she has not talked with Avanti about its plans, but remains confident the neighborhood can support the amount of multifamily Jaguar is planning.  “I feel extremely good about the area, otherwise I wouldn’t be building on it,” Eddy tells Bisnow. “We’re 1,000 feet from a Metro and everything else that has been built in our immediate area is leasing very well.” The Braddock Road Metro area will be among the topics discussed by the area’s top developers at Bisnow’s State of Arlington County and Alexandria event on December 7.

Originally published: Bisnow.com  |  November 7, 2016  |  by: Jon Banister, DC

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NAI KLNB Closes Sale of $4M Warehouse in Alexandria

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At the time of the sale, the building was 76 percent leased and occupied by five tenants.

1200 N. Henry St., Alexandria, Va.

1200 N. Henry St., Alexandria, Va.

Alexandria, Va.NAI KLNB has recently closed the sale of a 19,000-square-foot Alexandria warehouse for $3.9 million. The company’s Principal Josh Simon represented the buyer, Avanti Holdings Group, while Christopher Campagna of Braddock Commercial Real Estate represented the seller, William Dwyer Properties. At the time of the sale, the asset was 76 percent leased and occupied by five tenants, the majority of which are retailers.

Located at 1200 N. Henry St., the property is situated on 35,000 square feet of land. The building features fourteen-foot ceiling heights and dock height loading, with visibility on Route 1 leading into Old Town Alexandria. In addition, the warehouse is located in close proximity to the Braddock Road. Metro Station, two miles away from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and less than ten miles from downtown Washington.

“We saw a major opportunity to acquire an industrial/flex asset that is virtually nonexistent in Alexandria,” said Avanti Holdings Group Principal, Teddy Kim, in prepared remarks, “As we researched further, we realized the future value points toward a redevelopment strategy, and we are currently exploring options. At this time, we are highly focused on leasing the remaining vacancy for the near term to stabilize the asset.”

Image courtesy of NAI KLNB

 

Originally published: Commercial Property Executive  |  November 4, 2016  |  by: Ioana Moldovan

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