Inova Health System Buys More Land from Monument Realty

Inova Health System has now bought roughly 13 acres on Lewin Drive from D.C.'s Monument Realty and its partner, New York-based Atlas Capital Group.


Monument Closes $67M Construction Loan

Monument Realty has closed a $67 million construction loan that clears the way for the D.C. developer and its partners to start work on a 14-story multifamily building in NoMa.


JUST SOLD – 1115 H Street NE, Washington DC 20002

Monument Realty just sold an urban retail condominium addressed 1115 H Street NE, Washington, D.C.


DC Developers Breaking Ground On New Projects

In the D.C. area, not only have ongoing projects been allowed to continue, developers are breaking ground on several new projects.


Avidian Nearing Completion in Navy Yard Neighborhood

Stretching from South Capitol Street to Van Street SE, the red and gray brick building is nearing completion, with move-ins expected to begin in a couple of months.


Monument Sells Adams Morgan Retail Property

The ground-floor retail space in an Adams Morgan building has just traded hands.  Monument Realty sold the 9,160 SF of retail space at 1700 Columbia Road NW to an Ashburn-based private investor for $7.9M.


D.C.-Area Condo Sales Up 12% Last Year

The Avidian, a 171-unit condo project from Monument Realty, sits just north of Nationals Park at 1211 Van St. SE. The building began sales last year, is expected to deliver in April and has now sold well over 100 units.


Residential Development Near Franconia Metro Approved

Plans for a development near the Franconia-Springfield Metro now include a 300-unit multifamily building.


Residential Moves into Liberty View Development

Monument Realty has the go-ahead to build a 300-unit residential building at its Liberty View development near the Franconia-Springfield Metro station.


NoMa Project Chosen by City Proposes Nearly 600 Apartments, Retail, and a Park

More than 575 rental units—over half of which would be priced at below-market levels—are planned for a one-acre lot in NoMa as part of a development project recently picked by D.C.