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Cool Construction Coverup but Development Still Delayed?


30th and M Street, NW

This is the former Latham Hotel space.

Check out some renderings here from Thor Equities though it’s not clear if construction is actually progressing according to this Washington Business Journal story from August: “Construction at the site of the former Latham Hotel in Georgetown has stalled. The developer is holding off until it sells part or all of the property, or lands retail tenants and a hotel operator.”

Thor’s website says:

“Thor Equities plans to redevelop 3000 M St. including the retail space fronting M Street to create a premier flagship location. The property will offer 25,500 SF over three levels: 10,000 SF on the ground floor, 11,000 SF on the lower level, and 4,500 SF on the second floor. With an unparalleled 250 feet of wraparound frontage and soaring ceiling heights, divisions will be considered at this prime asset.”

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