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Former Helicopter Factory in D.C. to Become Luxe Condos
Curbed, Washington DC - January 2016

An early 20th century manufacturing facility that created what Washington Business Journal reports were the world's earliest helicopters may house Washington, D.C.'s newest luxury condominiums... read the full article

 

These Gutted Warehouses in Northwest DC Are Being Turned Into Contemporary Houses and Condos
Washingtonian - March 2016

Developer Brick Lane, in partnership with Brook Rose Development, is banking on buyers with imagination to look at two raw industrial warehouses on Girard Street, NW and see home... read the full article

 

New Renderings Highlight 5,000 Square-Foot Residence at The Helicopter Factory
Urban Turf - March 2016

The redevelopment of a factory that used to make parts for helicopters in Columbia Heights will include one of the largest homes to be built in the neighborhood in recent memory... read the full article

 
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NYC-Style Boutique Hotel Planned For Union Market
Urban TUrf - August 2015

A boutique hotel that takes inspiration from some of the trendiest accommodations in New York City is planned for 411 New York Avenue NE... read the full article

 

Art-focused boutique hotel planned near Union Market
Washington Business Journal - August 2015

The fast-growing neighborhood around Union Market in Northeast D.C. could get an art-focused boutique hotel under a proposal submitted to the D.C. Office of Zoning this week... read the full article

 
                           

                           

Luxury Micro-Apartments Come to DC, Transportation Included
Life Edited - July 2014

A new micro-apartment building will be going up on the 1400 block of Church St NW in Washington DC. It will have 37 units ranging from 265 to 490 sq ft, according to Brook Rose who, along with Gregg Busch is developing the project... read the full article

 
   

 

 

From helicopters to condos: Local developer to breathe new life into D.C. factory
Washington Business Journal - June 2014

From phonographs to helicopters, there’s a wealth of history in the 700 block of Girard Street NW. And developer Brook Rose has no intention of tossing that history aside as he recrafts a pair of century-old warehouses into condos... read the full article

 

FRESH AND FRENCH, Tech Executive Goldy Kamali channels Coco Chanel in Chevy Chase
Capitol File - April 2014

As a tech Queen, Goldy Kamali may be expected to live in the domestic equivalent of an iPad - sleek, ultra modern and cutting edge.  Instead, Kamali, Founder of FedScoop resides in a stylishly romantic... read the full article

 
                      

                      

Floor-Through Condos Heading to 11th Street
URBAN TURF - June 2013

ElevenM, a four-unit condo conversion in Logan Circle, is set to hit the market later this week, UrbanTurf has learned... read the full article

 
       

     

 

DC Micro-Unit Proposes Going Careless
URBAN TURF - May 2013

One of the most interesting things about a new apartment project in Logan Circle may be its stance on cars... read the full article

 
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TASTEFUL TRANSFORMATION
Good Housekeeping - October 2008

As a developer-builder who has rehabbed more than 15 historical residences in the Washington, DC area, Brook Rose was confident that he could restore even the most dilapidated eyesore of a kitchen... read the full article

 

Row House Redux
HOME & DESIGN - NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2007

Most real estate developers would have walked away from the neglected row house in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of the District... read the full article

 

A Washington Gem Restored
Home & Design - April/March 2007

In Washington, buying a former Presidents home carries a certain cachet. But when Gregg Busch and Brook Rose purchased the 1916 Kalorama residence Warren Harding built for years before he moved... read the full article

 

Second Term Around
Washington Life Magazine - April 2006

When Brook Rose and Gregg Busch purchased their historic Georgian home in Kalorama in May 2004, plaster was mercilessly peeling from the ceiling and walls, and sections of the imposing crown molding... read the full article