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City Ridge, Washington D.C.

Summary:
City Ridge is a mixed-use development located in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It is a large-scale project that includes residential, retail, and office space, as well as a public park. The development was initiated by the Foulger-Pratt Companies and is being built in partnership with the D.C. government. The project is located on […]
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City Ridge is a mixed-use development located in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It is a large-scale project that includes residential, retail, and office space, as well as a public park. The development was initiated by the Foulger-Pratt Companies and is being built in partnership with the D.C. government.

The project is located on a 50-acre site that was previously home to the Washington Cathedral School and the Cathedral College. The site was acquired by the Foulger-Pratt Companies in 2007, and the development of City Ridge began in 2018.

The development includes a mix of residential units, including apartments, townhouses, and condominiums, as well as retail space, restaurants, and a public park. The residential buildings are designed in a variety of architectural styles, including mid-rise and high-rise buildings.

In addition to its residential and retail components, City Ridge also includes a number of office buildings, including the new headquarters for the American Red Cross. The development also includes a public park, which features a playground, a dog park, and a number of walking and biking trails.

Overall, City Ridge is a large-scale development that aims to provide a mix of residential, retail, and office space in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Its diverse mix of architectural styles and amenities make it a unique addition to the city's landscape.

What was once the Fannie May Head Quarters, City Ridge is being transformed into a new urban village, replete with restaurants, grocers, and shady historic trees. An immense undertaking, to be sure, but well worth the effort.

The Durable Slate Company has been contracted to install new flashing and reclaimed slate on four newly built dormers, as well as install new apron flashing for each of the original dormers.

We are also responsible for installing roof "scaffold" below the remaining dormers and overhead protection for the workers below.

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