Developer Q&A: Monument Realty Founder Michael Darby

Monument Realty is developing The Shaw, a 69-unit condo project with 7,400 SF of retail at 608 T St. NW. Bisnow caught up with Monument Realty founder Michael Darby to hear how the project is coming along and see what else the developer has in store for the neighborhood.

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.

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.

225 N. Calvert Conversion Is Monument’s First Project in Baltimore

Monument Realty’s renovations to turn an 18-story office building in downtown Baltimore into modern apartments began, starting with interior demolition.

Monument Realty Rolls Out Plan for Nats Park-Area Condos

Monument Realty announced plans for a condominium project close to Nationals Park in a prime area of the Capitol Riverfront.

Monument Realty Proposes 133-Unit Residential Project for Chinatown

Monument Realty is proposing an 11-story, 133-unit residential project in DC’s Chinatown that will sit about half a block north of the Verizon Center.

Real Estate Entrepreneur Michael Darby’s Next Venture: the Restaurant Biz

Arlington’s Clarendon neighborhood will soon have a new local restaurant and watering hole that pulls its inspiration from Michael Darby’s roots Down Under—Oz.

Monument Realty to Add Massive Graphics to 225 N. Calvert St.

An eye-catching graphic treatment will be added to Monument Realty’s new project on 225 N. Calvert St., wrapping the parking garage levels.

Monument Realty Acquires 225 N. Calvert for $4 Million

Monument Realty recently acquired 225 N. Calvert, an office building in downtown Baltimore, for $4 million with plans to convert it into apartments.

Monument Realty Breaks Into Retail

The Washington, DC office and residential development stalwart announced its plans to bring its talents into retail development.