Mitsui Fudosan America Press Releases and Articles

JAG Closes on Site for New Luxury High-Rise Overlooking Georgetown

McLean, VA

Jefferson Apartment Group (JAG), along with joint venture partner Mitsui Fudosan America Inc. (MFA), has closed on the purchase of 1901 N. Moore Street in Arlington, Virginia—the former RCA Building—which has been approved for redevelopment as a 27-story mixed-use luxury high-rise at the foot of the iconic Key Bridge, connecting Northern Virginia and the fashionable Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Construction commences on 28-story luxury high-rise apartment building in Midtown Atlanta's Arts District

Atlanta, GA

Atlantic Residential, FIDES Development, Capital City Real Estate and Mitsui Fudosan America are pleased to announce that construction has begun on a new 350-unit luxury apartment building, through a joint venture of the four organizations. The building will offer the highest levels of amenities and finishes offered in Midtown Atlanta, with the first units scheduled for delivery in June 2024.

RAMSA’s The Cortland Nears Completion At 555 West 22nd Street In West Chelsea, Manhattan

New York, NY

Work is wrapping up on The Cortland, a 25-story residential tower at 555 West 22nd Street in West Chelsea. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and developed by Related Companies, the 300-foot-tall structure will yield 144 condominium units in two- to five-bedroom layouts with interiors by Olson Kundig, as well as a series of penthouses. Related Sales and CORE Group are the exclusive co-sales and marketing agents for the property, which is located at the confluence of Eleventh Avenue and West Street, between West 22nd and West 23rd Streets.

Making an Entrance: Top NYC Buildings with Porte-Cocheres and Dramatic Driveways

New York, NY

The phrase "porte-cochere" comes from the French phrase "carriage porch," and throughout New York, several of the buildings that have these covered entrances or driveways date back to a prewar era when carriages were the main means of conveyance.

Cars have long since displaced horses as the dominant means of conveyance, but port-cocheres have become a key feature in New York’s luxury buildings.