​Shops at Dakota in D.C. nearly leased up, Blush opening in Shaw and more retail news

SEP. 28, 2016

The latest tenants to sign long-term leases at The Shops at Dakota Crossing are Starbucks, Five Below, Vitamin Shoppe, Panda Express and T-Mobile, making the development nearly 90 percent leased, according to its owner.

The new tenants — which will open in early 2017 — will join anchors Costco, Lowe’s and Dick’s Sporting Goods, as well as Marshalls and PetSmart, which will open later this fall. Lisa Stoddard and Abby Davids of CBRE Washington D.C. represent the landlord for retail leasing. Costco opened in 2012 at the $60 million development.

The smaller stores are part of a pedestrian-friendly ‘main street’ that development partners Trammell Crow Co., Fort Lincoln New Town Corp. and CSG Urban Partners have always planned for the 430,000-square-foot shopping center. The developers are in active negotiations with one full-service restaurant and two other food concepts, according to Trammell Crow principal Adam Weers. For the remaining spaces, they’re hoping to land another family-friendly, full-service restaurant, as well as some neighborhood-serving tenants such as a dry cleaner and fitness studio or gym.


Publication
Washington Business Journal
Author
Rebecca Cooper
Related Project
The Shops at Dakota Crossing

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