Hillcrest / Skyland
NESTLED BETWEEN TWO REGIONAL COMMUTER ROUTES,
Hillcrest/Skyland’s easy access to Suitland Parkway and Pennsylvania Avenue is a hidden gem. Residents can take a bus, train, car, or bike to work and have created a neighborhood-scale enclave around Skyland Town Center. With next phases of development scheduled to open in the next few years, new development opportunities here will continue to drive the neighborhood’s growth.
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Skyland Town Center
With the support of public and private financing sources including an $18.75 million TIF, redevelopment of the former Skyland Shopping Center will transform four city blocks into a vibrant, mixed-use hub:
- Block 2 (2021 delivery) includes the Crest at Skyland (263 residential units & 84,000 SF of net rentable retail) as well as new road infrastructure.
- Block 3 (2022 delivery) will consist of three one-story buildings offering 42,400 SF of retail and will be anchored by a Lidl grocery store.
- Blocks 1 and 4 (2024 delivery) will potentially include 150 for-sale townhomes.
- At 29,000 SF, DC’s first-ever Lidl grocery store, opening in 2022, will anchor Block 3 as part of Skyland Town Center’s second phase.
- Across the street, 98,000 SF shopping center Good Hope Marketplace is anchored by a Safeway grocery store.
Retail Openings (2021-22)
- Chase Bank
- Like That Barber
- Roaming Rooster
- Skyland Nails & Spa
- Starbucks Drive-Thru
- Fuji Steakhouse and Sushi
- Maizal South American Street Food
- Mezze Mediterranean Grill
- Tropical Smoothie Café
Top Local Industries
2,760 Total Area Employment
- Health Care & Social Assistance: 47%
- Professional, Scientific & Technical Services: 11%
- Retail Trade: 12%
Washington DC Economic Partnership
SVP, Neighborhood Development