Hotel giant Marriott International Inc.'s decision to announce its pick for a new downtown Bethesda headquarters on Friday might have seemed ill-timed to seasoned real estate experts — and not just because it coincided with the presidential inauguration.
In a hotly anticipated announcement, Marriott International Inc. on Friday said the company is moving its headquarters near Woodmont Triangle at the corner of Wisconsin and Norfolk avenues in downtown Bethesda.
Marriott International Inc. has tapped Boston Properties Inc. and The Bernstein Cos. to build its new home at a site just north of the Bethesda Metro station, capping one of the most highly watched corporate headquarters searches in Greater Washington.
The Bernstein Companies (TBC) announced today that it acquired The DoubleTree Bethesda for $50.1 million. TBC has also taken over as Manager of the 270 room upscale, full-service hotel and will continue to operate the hotel pursuant to a franchise agreement with DoubleTree, a subsidiary of Hilton Worldwide.
The Bernstein Companies announces the commencement of construction on 301 M Street, SW (“301 M”). This 187-unit luxury apartment building is an eleven storied development designed by Maurice Walters Architect, Inc.
With plates of sesame seared ahi tuna and sticks of liquid nitrogen Cracker Jack lollipops making the rounds around the room, the owners of the new AloftRaleigh hotel celebrated Thursday night with a big party on Hillsborough Street.
ECHO Realty, LP and its partner The Bernstein Companies are pleased to announce the commencement of construction of The Gateway at University Town Center, located at the intersection of East-West Highway (Maryland Route 410) and America Boulevard, in Hyattsville, Prince George's County, Maryland.
The Bernstein Companies is now planning to build the luxury Westin Hotel before a planned Class A office building on a two acre site between Wisconsin and Woodmont Avenues currently home to the Bethesda Court Hotel.
The owners of the Aloft hotel chain have confirmed plans to open a second Aloft hotel in the Triangle in 2015, this one at the Bell View property across from N.C. State University’s iconic bell tower monument on Hillsborough Street.
The developers of two hotel projects in downtown Durham and another near downtown Raleigh are close to securing a commitment from the parent company of Aloft hotels to place the urban-influenced brand on their buildings.
At the Bernstein Companies’ Georgetown waterfront officeyesterday, we snapped COO Marc Duber and VP Greg Rooney, who predict the revival of Woodmont Triangle andWisconsin Avenue between East-West Highway and Battery Lane.
A prominent D.C. developer is demonstrating its confidence in the rebirth of Southwest with a proposal to flank two I.M. Pei-designed residential towers with three apartment buildings totaling 404 units.
A Raleigh developer is thinking bigger in his plans for a mixed-use project along Hillsborough Street near N.C. State University – bigger as in a nine-story building instead of a three-story structure envisioned 10 years ago.
Property owner The Bernstein Cos. promises a new, high-end Westin Hotel will be part of a redevelopment project known as Bethesda Center that goes before the Montgomery County Planning Board on Thursday, The Gazette reported.
North Carolina State University has selected a real estate team led by Raleigh lawyer and real estate developer Michael Sandman and a Washington, D.C., development firm to develop a prime piece of property across from the university’s iconic bell
Research and development in the physical, engineering and life sciences, accounted for the most contract dollars reported by federal agencies Sunday, thanks to awards for the management and operation of the Energy Department's Lawrence Livermore N