Hardesty has been a part of multiple new and remodeled Whole Food locations working with along side with one of our top clients, L.F. Jennings. The locations range from 30,000 - 70,000 sf and communities are ecstatic. Check out this fantastic article covering Whole Foods Market - The Boro project!
In 2017, Target began its mission to remodel 1,000 stores by the end of 2020. Although Hardesty was previously involved in Target projects, we looked forward to working with our long-standing client, L.F. Jennings, to be part of multiple remodels in the DC Metro area. The 67,000 sf Ivy City Target was one of the locations we worked on that is set to open this month - check out the UrbanTurf article!
In February 2018, D & B signed a lease for over 39,000 sf of space located in the RIO Washingtonian Center. Hardesty worked with WDS Construction to renovate the space to accommodate the 130th location filled with arcade games, a sports bar, and restaurant. This location is expected to bring 200 new jobs in Maryland and even re-vamped its cocktail menu among other exciting news.
Patch.com elaborates on this addition to the community!
Green Leaf Medical is in the process of expanding multiple locations, including a tenant fit out of a 42,000 sf warehouse in Frederick, MD. Construction is underway as Hardesty is once again working along side Morgan-Keller for this multi-phase project.
The nationwide gym is close to its grand opening in The Broadlands. Hardesty is working with C.E. Gleeson to get this 36,000 sf facility ready for the Ashburn community. Fully equipped with their well-known amenities, Hardesty is proud to be a part of this beautiful new LA Fitness marking our 12th location with them.
For further details check out The Burn article raving about the community addition!
Hardesty is working with L.F. Jennings on this redevelopment and rebranding in DC Ward 7, an 89,000 sf mixed-use retail center. A new Planet Fitness has already been signed, as well as plans to land a grocery anchor. There will also be construction of a new building with residential over retail. The D.C. government awarded $2.1M for the project through the Neighborhood Prosperity Fund.