Successful Spring Festival at Cathedral Commons

On Saturday May 14th, Cathedral Commons hosted a Spring Festival, curated by Art Soiree.  Guests perused local art, enjoyed live entertainment on a main stage, participated in a free fitness class from Pure Barre, sampled delicious food offerings from Cathedral Commons’ restaurants and shopped the local retail boutiques. Children enjoyed arts and crafts from face painting to receiving… (Continue reading)


New Retail At Cathedral Commons!

It’s no secret that our stunning Cathedral Commons community is one of Washington, D.C.’s most outstanding addresses. Located in the Cathedral Heights neighborhood of The District, it offers luxury and convenience with a long list of retail and dining options on property. But with 125,000 square-feet of space to fill, the list of businesses to… (Continue reading)


Internationally Acclaimed Washington Ballet Expands to Cathedral Commons Neighborhood

We are proud of all the wonderful retail at Cathedral Commons. From the newly opened Grilled Oyster restaurant to all the health, wellness, and shopping options, there is so much to see and experience. Our new partnership with The Washington Ballet offers something a little different to our residents as well as the entire Cathedral… (Continue reading)

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Cathedral Commons: June 2014 Construction Update

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Welcome to the Neighborhood: Meet the First Seven Retailers Joining Cathedral Commons

We’re very excited to welcome the following seven retailers to the Cathedral Commons community: Barcelona Restaurant & Wine Bar, Raku, iDoc Optical, Wells Fargo, SunTrust, CVS Pharmacy, and Starbucks. Retail is slated to begin opening this fall alongside the 56,000-square-foot Giant Food, which will bring a new urban prototype concept to its state of the art lifestyle… (Continue reading)

Cathedral Commons Construction Update [PHOTO]

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Cathedral Commons Construction Update

December 9, 2013
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Concrete has completed on the South Parcel. Load bearing walls have been installed for the residential units. We are in the process of installing steel throughout the Giant retail space. Tower Crane number 1 will be taken down on 11/25/13. Our first pour of the 2nd floor of the North Parcel took place on 11/21/13…. (Continue reading)

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July Cathedral Commons Construction Update

Concrete will continue on the South Parcel. We have begun to frame the first elevated deck slab! The tower crane on the North Parcel is schedule to be installed in the next couple of weeks. It will be the tallest of three tower cranes on this project. We are also planning to close Idaho Avenue,… (Continue reading)

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Cathedral Commons Construction and Excavation Update

We’re kicking off the month of May with a continuation of the mass excavation, which will likely be completed by the end of the month. Concrete began on April 22 with the installation of the first tower crane on the South Parcel. Street Closure information: We will close Idaho Avenue, between Newark Street and Macomb Street,… (Continue reading)

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Spring Construction Update at Cathedral Commons

Mass excavation will continue through approximately the middle of May. As of now, the excavation is 60% complete. Concrete is scheduled to begin around mid-April with the installation of the first tower crane on the South Parcel. We are also still planning to close Idaho Avenue, between Newark Street and Macomb Street, for utility work… (Continue reading)