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Old Posted Jul 7, 2017, 9:09 PM
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Photos were taken July 5, 2017 by myself

21st & Capitol Ave. Parking Structure

Phase one of the proposed Whole Foods project is coming together. Even though Whole Foods is no longer going to be the ground floor tenant for the L Street second phase of the project, the parking garage intended to replace the parking structure that was to be demolished for the Whole Foods project is nearing completion.

The second phase is planned for 2001/2015 L Street that would include 41,000sf market on the ground floor. Above the market would be 141 residential units and parking. No date of when Phase two might start without a ground floor grocery store tenant.

19J Demolition of Site

The self-financed 11 story mixed-use apartment project started demolition of the site last Friday. The project would have 173 residential units and 6,600 sf of ground floor retail. The cost of the project has not been stated but Mohanna Development bought the site last year for $2.5 million. I estimate the construction costs for the building to be around $50 million. Hopefully Mohanna will be able to build the project as planned, the central city could use some more housing.







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Old Posted Jul 8, 2017, 9:06 PM
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Nice photos!

Regarding 2001/2015 L Street I noticed the trees on site had been tagged for removal so maybe they are going to start demo soon after the new car park is finished?

So far I'm really liking how the Ice Blocks is turning out. And that's not the only changes in that area. Next door is a small infill housing project and a block away is the new Dog Park. Across the street, at the northeast corner of 19th and Q streets, the Q19 is moving along as are the 20PQR town homes behind it.
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2017, 8:49 PM
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Nice photos of the hotel! Can't wait to come up during the NBA season to see it (from San Jose)
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If seeing is believing... let's hope the momentum continues with the growing economy.

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If seeing is believing... let's hope the momentum continues with the growing economy.

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Thank you innov8
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Old Posted Nov 29, 2017, 4:57 AM
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It's truly amazing, Mo Mohanna now has this proposal rising out of the
ground. At 11 stories and 124ft, it's hard to tell what kind of crane will be
used for this structure. It does not appear that a tower crane foundation
has been prepared at the construction site.






















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Old Posted Nov 29, 2017, 4:24 PM
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I look at these pictures and my jaw drops. I'm in total disbelief. Where did Moe and Nikki Mohanna get the money to do this project?

For decades, Mohanna made promises and failed to deliver. He presided over blighted properties. He opposed and undermined development. He frustrated the city so much that they used eminent domain to take his properties on K Street. I just don't get it.

I keep waiting for the other shoe to drop; but these pictures show a lot of progress. Thank you, innov8!

Heck, thank you, Moe and Nikki Mohanna. So far, it looks like I was wrong about you two... I'm still waiting for the other shoe to drop, though.
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What’s the hold up here? Two floors in 4 months? Well, it could be they
needed money… there is now signage on the chain-link fence saying
“Construction financed by Bank of the West”. Footing for the
tower crane is now installed on 19th street.



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What’s the hold up here? Two floors in 4 months? Well, it could be they
needed money… there is now signage on the chain-link fence saying
“Construction financed by Bank of the West”. Footing for the
tower crane is now installed on 19th street.
I have been wondering the same thing. Construction there has been extremely slow compared to G1C and the Kimpton Sawyer. But I do see people out there working all the time, so it's not as if construction has stopped, just extremely slow.

At this pace it will be done in about 6 years
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A couple Change Orders could have put this project over budget. It was originally suppose
to be self financed by the Mohanna's. I wonder if all the units will still be as affordable?...
I'll guess no.
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Old Posted Jul 27, 2018, 4:46 PM
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19J
19J has reached the 7th floor. At this speed it should be topped out by November.

















P Street State Office Bldg.
Activity was see on the corner of 8th and O Street with backhoes digging on
8th Street and what appears to be four different window samples.














O Street State Office Bldg.
It did not take long for the California Department of Food & Agriculture
(CDFA) Annex building to be demolished.









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D&S Development mixed use project at the corner of Q & 15th Street has
completed it's third floor.









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^^ Thanks for the great updates innov8!
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I look at these pictures and my jaw drops. I'm in total disbelief. Where did Moe and Nikki Mohanna get the money to do this project?
The other thing to note is they appear to be using a lot of aluminum which I’m assuming allows them to build taller than wood frame construction without the cost of steel. Anybody know if that’s the case?
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From what I know, it's actually steel studs like is used typically for tenant improvements. Can building taller than timber with current codes, but not as tall/expensive/heavy as traditional steel construction. Great project overall especially the much needed workforce housing.
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From what I know, it's actually steel studs like is used typically for tenant improvements. Can building taller than timber with current codes, but not as tall/expensive/heavy as traditional steel construction. Great project overall especially the much needed workforce housing.
Agreed.

Btw thank you for the clarification on the steel vs. Aluminum.
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