Washington, D.C. Developer Gary Nordheimer and Partners Complete Historic Renovation

Washington, DC-based real estate developer and investor Gary Nordheimer and partners convert a mid-twentieth century factory in Richmond’s Scott’s Addition historic district into 31 contemporary loft apartments.
 

Washington, DC-based real estate developer and investor Gary Nordheimer and partners recently completed conversion of a mid-twentieth century factory in Richmond’s Scott’s Addition historic district into 31 contemporary loft apartments. The Altamont apartments mark the latest in an ongoing urban renewal project aimed at turning the former warehouse district into a thriving residential and commercial neighborhood. Apartments at the former Breyer’s Ice Cream factory are now 100% leased.

A long-time Washington-based developer and financier, Gary Nordheimer has focused recent real estate efforts on redeveloping old or neglected properties. “The ‘bones’ of these warehouse spaces are perfect for modern living spaces,” says Nordheimer, who is currently reviewing other warehouse conversion opportunities in Virginia and Washington, D.C. “We have an obligation to preserve these viable structures,” he says, “and an opportunity to restore them as community assets.”

Nordheimer and partners are equally committed to socially responsible development, largely in urban spaces. The Altamont was restored with great care given to its original architectural integrity and, at the same time, adhering to modern green building principles. The developers took pains during renovation to incorporate eco-conscious building materials and to recycle materials from the original structure. Leasing information is available at www.urbanrichprop.com.

More About Gary Nordheimer

Gary Nordheimer is a real estate developer and investor with portfolio properties along the East Coast, and an entrepreneur focused on providing counsel and investment in early-stage companies in a variety of industries, including hospitality, biotech, energy and technology. Among his investment and redevelopment projects are the Georgetown Inn and Apolline Condominiums, in Washington, DC, several buildings in New York's Financial District and a historic multifamily property in Richmond.

Nordheimer is also president of Teleconferencing Services, LLC, an online resource for audio, video and Web conferencing services owned by sons Brad and Rod Nordheimer and partners.

For more information, visit www.garynordheimer.com.

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