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Take a Glimpse Inside the Modern 225 North Calvert Street Apartments

It has a modern lobby, upscale apartment units and a club lounge on the top floor with a pool and sweeping views of downtown and City Hall's distinctive dome.

Exclusive: Monument Realty plans $100M apartment tower in Harbor East

A new 350-unit apartment tower is set to break ground the 900 block of Fleet Street early next year and will replace a Verizon industrial complex, developer Monument Realty officials said Monday.

Pop-Up Hotel to Operate Out of Upscale Baltimore Apartment Building

The developer of a new apartment building in downtown Baltimore has partnered with a hotel start-up to offer some of the units as hotel rooms as it seeks tenants in the city’s competitive apartment market.

WhyHotel — A Pop-Up Hotel — to Operate Out of New 225 North Calvert Street Apartments

A unique "pop-up" hotel is going to fill empty apartments at 225 N. Calvert St. as the redevelopment of the former Bank of America office space begins to lease up.

Monument Realty’s Retail Arm Buys into P Street Near Whole Foods

Monument Retail has bought the building next to the P Street NW Whole Foods Market and will install national retailer Smoothie King there as part of its ongoing push to acquire retail assets.

Developer Q&A: Monument Realty Founder Michael Darby

Our founder, Michael Darby, sat down with Bisnow earlier this week to share details on two new condo development projects in Shaw.

Monument Realty Aiming for a Massive Comeback

The District-based developer has charted an ambitious course for growth amidst a changing landscape in Greater Washington’s commercial real estate industry.

NAB Set to Move to New HQ at One M

In 2018, The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) will move to new headquarters being developed by Monument Realty.

Monument Realty Aims for Sale of Golf Course Redevelopment

Monument Realty is nearing the pin with its plans to redevelop the former Montgomery Village Golf Club into a new residential community.

Associations Adopting More Open Offices

Many DC-based associations are moving to open-space offices like the one Monument Realty is building for the National Association of Broadcasters at One M Street.

Monument Realty to Revamp Golf Course with Nearly 500 Homes

Monument Realty hopes to break ground on Bloom Montgomery Village, a former golf club in Montgomery County, by late 2018.

Monument Realty Makes Retail Play on H Street NE

Monument Realty bought a new 2,610-SF, ground-floor retail space in a condominium building in the dynamic and emerging H Street NE neighborhood.

Monument Files Plans for 73K SF Chinatown Office-Retail Project

Monument Realty filed plans with the city to build 63K SF of office space above 10K SF of retail at 615 H St. NW in the heart of Chinatown.

Boeing Moving Defense HQ to DC Area

Boeing Company plans to move its Defense, Space and Security unit to new headquarters developed by Monument Realty in Arlington, Virginia.

New Housing, Retail and Boutique Apartments Coming to Baltimore

Developers are snatching up prime real estate in Baltimore’s central business district, aiming to deliver new apartments, affordable housing and retail to city dwellers.

Monument Realty Debuts Upscale Community Near UMD

Monument Village, a 235-residence luxury community near the University of Maryland, was unveiled in a grand opening ceremony last week.

Abt Associates Signs Lease for 155K SF in Executive Plaza

Monument Realty filled one of its two renovated office buildings at Executive Plaza in one fell swoop, signing Abt Associates to a 155,000 SF lease.

Monument Realty to Build New HQ for NAB Near Nats Park

The National Association of Broadcasters announced it will move its headquarters to a new 11-story office building being developed by Monument Realty.

Monument Realty Reveals New Plans for Shaw Residential Project

Monument Realty’s new plans for its residential project in the red-hot Shaw neighborhood ensure it fits with the area’s history and edgy identity.

Real Estate Professionals See Hope for Vacant Office Buildings

Doug Olson, executive vice president at Monument Realty, announced that Montgomery County’s vacant office space problem is about to subside.