D.C. mixed-use project achieves LEED Gold certification
Washington, D.C. Constitution Square, the largest private under-construction development in Washington, D.C., with 1.6 million sq. ft. of office, commercial, residential and hotel space, is the district’s first commercial mixed-use project to receive LEED Gold certification for Neighborhood Development.
At the same time, Constitution Square’s developer StonebridgeCarras announced completion of base building construction for 1 million sq. ft. of office space within Constitution Square’s first two buildings. The space has been pre-leased to the General Services Administration (GSA) for the Department of Justice and GSA’s headquarters office.
In addition to the LEED ND certification, Constitution Square is registered with USGBC for LEED certification for each of its two first-phase office buildings. One Constitution Square is registered with the certification goal of LEED Certified Platinum, and Two Constitution Square is registered with the certification goal of LEED Certified Gold.
Regency names staff additions and relocations
Jacksonville, Fla. Regency Centers announced on Friday some key staff additions and relocations, hiring two new executives to oversee the company’s shopping center interests in Los Angeles and Denver, naming a new leasing agent in Dallas, as well as relocating some of its veteran senior leasing agents to locations in Florida, Georgia and California.
Heather Randall has been hired as VP and regional officer in Los Angeles, where she oversees a portfolio of 24 operating properties and new developments, totaling 3.3 million sq. ft., in the Los Angeles market.
A former employee from 2005, Will Damrath returned to Regency as VP and regional officer in Denver, where he oversees a portfolio of 24 operating properties and new developments, totaling 3.1 million sq. ft., in the Denver market.
In Dallas, Tyler Sorenson has been named as a leasing agent where he is responsible for leasing seven operating properties and new developments, totaling 800,000 sq. ft., in the Dallas/Ft. Worth market.
Matt Hagan, Regency Centers’ leasing agent, has relocated from West Palm Beach, Fla., to Atlanta. Hagan handles leasing for 31 operating properties and new developments, totaling 2.7 million sq. ft., in the Atlanta market.
Leasing agent Omar Hussein relocated from Dallas to San Diego. Hussein is responsible for leasing eight operating properties and new developments, totaling 1.1 million sq. ft., in Orange County, Coachella Valley and Inland Empire.
Ross Kirchman, Regency Centers’ leasing agent, has relocated from Jacksonville, Fla., to West Palm Beach, Fla. Kirchman leases 15 operating properties and new developments, totaling 1.5 million sq. ft., in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale market.
Pierce Decorative Hardware to open at Shops at Starwood
Frisco, Texas Pierce Decorative Hardware & Plumbing announced it will open its third location in Frisco, Texas, adding a new store at The Shops at Starwood this summer.
The lease was brokered in partnership between Real Street Properties and SRS Real Estate Partners.
The Shops at Starwood is a mixed-use center featuring specialty dining, boutique retailers, office space and service businesses. A final and third phase to include additional office, retail and restaurants is planned for 2010.