Cathedral Commons, a new mixed-use development on Wisconsin Avenue in Northwest D.C., will get several more local businesses come spring, with developer The …Read Article
The first East Coast Starbucks opened in Cathedral Commons in 1993.
Starbucks Press Release
March 26th, 1993
The Giant at Cathedral Commons has been a staple to the Washington, DC neighborhood of Cathedral Heights since 1955. Fifty seven years later, the land owner (Giant Foods) worked with Bozzuto and Southside Investment Partners to redevelop Cathedral Commons. H&R Retail was tapped to lease the newly constructed 125,000 square feet of premium retail space and merchandise the project to create a successful urban lifestyle center.
H&R Retail developed a creative leasing strategy that capitalized on the highly affluent residential neighborhood and regional draw of Giant Foods. The resulting tenant mix features best in class restaurants, fitness, fashion/cosmetics and neighborhood serving specialty retail.
Upscale diner Silver makes its D.C. debut tonight, bringing a sparkling Art Deco-inspired interior and all-day breakfast, lunch, and dinner option to Cathedral Heights. Silver’s …Read Article