SJM Partners - Developments

George Washington Bridge Bus Station, New York, New York

SJM Partners, Inc., was specifically retained by the New York/New Jersey Port Authority to redevelop the George Washington Bridge Bus Station. The redevelopment will include relocating the bus station to the third floor of the complex and will create a state-of-the-art ground transportation hub. A new terminal of 15,000 sf will be built and 85,000 sf of the bus station will be reconfigured and upgraded to provide safe and efficient ingress and egress from the Terminal for commuters and vehicles. By relocating the bus station operations to the third floor of the complex, it allows the developer to create a retail center of approximately 129,000 sf spanning both sides of Broadway. The new shopping center will be anchored by a 28,000 sf Marhsall's store, a 14,500 sf food store and a 15,000 sf health club facility. The estimated completion date is 2015. Read the New York Times Article


Taylor Street Self Storage Zone, Washington, D.C.

SJM redeveloped the property through a joint venture with Self Storage Zone and FCP into a three story, 78,600 sf, fully climate-controlled, self storage facility. The project is strategically located at 645 Taylor Street in the Brookland section of Northeast Washington, DC. The site is extremely visible with approximately 10,000+ cars driving by the site everyday. Construction will begin May of 2013 and once completed will include over a 1,000 storage units ranging in size from 5'x5' to 10'x30'. The self storage facility opened December 2013.

Residential

Student Housing / Apartments

University View Complex, College Park, Maryland
Oversaw acquisition, master planning, design and construction of the first two phases of a 1.4 million square foot mixed-use project consisting of 2,500 student housing beds, 900 structured parking spaces, and ground floor retail. This project was a public/private partnership with the University of Maryland.

Westbrooke Place, Washington, D.C.
Developed a 250-unit apartment building in downtown Washington, D.C.

Shopping Centers

Crossroads Shopping Center, Bailey’s Crossroads, Virginia
Oversaw the construction and development management of a 300,000 square foot nationally anchored shopping center.

MIXED USE

Maxwell House Project, Hoboken, New Jersey

Developed 1.4 million square feet plus 15,000 parking spaces overlooking Manhattan and the Hudson River. Project consisted of 982 residential units and 200,000 square feet of commercial space.

Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland

Master planned urban project consisting of four city blocks of mixed-use high-rise residential, office, and retail. Oversaw the entitlement and construction of the first two phases of the fully leased project that was the foundation of the redeveloped section of the Inner Harbor in Baltimore.

Washington Park Office and Condominium, Washington, DC

Developed and owned this luxury condominium project that includes 67 units and 110,000 square foot office building in the heart of downtown Washington, DC. The top floor units are triplexes with rooftop gardens.

Office Buildings

Stafford Place Phase I, Arlington, Virginia

550,000 square foot build-to-suit office building which is fully leased to the National Science Foundation.

Hunters Branch, Fairfax, Virginia

Developed and owned the ICF Headquarters at Hunters Branch – 400,000 sq ft in two mirror buildings at the Vienna, Virginia Metro station.

Booz Allen Hamilton Building, McLean, Virginia

230,000 square foot build-to-suit office complex expansion for Booz-Allen Hamilton within total campus of 800,000 square feet.

SAIC Campus, Tyson’s Corner, Virginia

600,000 sq ft Developed and formerly owned this three office building development for SAIC. This property became the Northern Virginia regional campus for SAIC and was the first building to develop additional development rights by turning existing surface parking into garage space.

The Dulles General Mail Facility, Loudoun, Virginia

Developed a 430,000 square foot regional distribution/processing center and 100,000 square feet of ancillary buildings for the U.S. Postal Service on a build-to-suit basis.

Mixed Use Parks

Woodland Park, Fairfax, VA

Master-planed and developed a 230-acre mixed-use park along the Dulles Toll Road in Fairfax, VA for approximately 6 million square feet of improvements. Approximately 250,000 square feet of office was constructed in two project and included a joint- venture with The Van Metre Companies to rezone and construct approximately 500 townhouses. The balance of the property was sold to Tishman-Spyer.

Broad Run Business Center, Loudoun, VA

Developed a 445-acre industrial park contiguous to Dulles International Airport. On a portion of the site, a 550,000 square foot warehouse/ distribution facility for the United States Postal Service was constructed.