Development Projects

Bundy Development Corporation Brings DC’s First Five-Star Conrad Hotel to Washington, DC.

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A member of the executive development team since 2000, Bundy Development Corporation helped bring the Hilton-branded Conrad Hotel at the 10 acre CityCenter DC site.

Construction began in 2016 and the project delivered in April 2019. The hotel features banquet and meeting facilities, a full-service restaurant and bar, two terraces for outdoor dining and cocktails, and a rooftop dining facility. The 370-room hotel is managed by Hilton Worldwide with 30,680 square feet of street-oriented retail including Tiffany and Co., various fine dining options.

The hotel is the first Washington, DC hotel under the Conrad Hotel moniker from Hilton (NYSE: HLT), whose name comes from the original founder of the hotel company, Conrad Hilton. The luxury hotel fits with CityCenter DC’s upscale residences and retail offerings, and caters to the luxury business traveler.

The base building of the Conrad Washington, DC was designed by Swiss firm Herzog & de MeuronArchitekten and HKS, Inc. with landscape design prepared by  Gustafson Guthrie Nichol and D.C.-based Lee and Associates. The interior design was design and selected by Rottet Studio.


20th Annual Dr. Frank “Tick” Coleman Award Recipient

Each year, the AALU Philadelphia Chapter, hosts the awards event to honor the memory and dedication of esteemed LU Alum and Philadelphia native, Dr. Frank “Tick” Coleman. Dr. Coleman, affectionately known as “Tick”, was a graduate of Lincoln University’s Class of 1935. The 2023 Alumni […]

BDC Pioneers DC’s “Live, Work, Shop, and Play” Vibrancy

Where others see blight, Bundy Development Corporation (BDC) pioneers transformation.  It seems hard to believe now, but Washington, DC was widely considered to be just a drab company town—a place where commuters came to work and then left for nearby suburbs. […]

Conrad Hotel

Hines Interests LP and their CityCenter DC development partners, will be bringing a Hilton-branded Conrad Hotel to one of the two remaining properties at their 10 acre CityCenter DC site. BDC has been a member of this team since 2000. Construction is scheduled to begin […]

CityCenter DC

CityCenter DC is the unequivocal centerpiece of Downtown DC. Encompassing 10-acres in the heart of the District, CityCenter DC is a 2.5 million square foot vibrant neighborhood development enlivened with a mix of condominiums, apartments, offices, public spaces, hotel, restaurants and shops. It’s the perfect […]


CityVista provides ideal urban living that is convenient to transportation, shopping, dining and employment.  This $220,000,000, mixed-use development played a key role in revitalizing Mount Vernon Triangle, which is now one of downtown Washington’s most exciting residential neighborhoods.

Bundy Development Corporation (BDC) was a co-developer of […]

6th Street Flats 809 6th Street – NW Chinatown

Located in Washington, DC’s historic Chinatown, this modern and luxurious dwelling is within walking distance of the Verizon Center, Gallery Place, Metro, and some of the city’s best dining and trendiest night life.
A $9 million, 40,000 square foot development, 6th Street Flats offers 30 spacious […]

The Icon – Logan Circle

Floor to ceiling windows with spectacular views and loft-style living distinguishes The Icon at Logan Circle. Within walking distance of the new Whole Foods, restaurants and shops along 14th Street, The Icon offers modern living among the stately mansions of Logan Circle.

The Icon was […]

The Castle – Logan Circle

The Castle on Logan Circle is a 13,000 square foot renovation of an existing structure located on the historic Logan Circle. It includes 13 condominiums. Renovated and financed by The Bundy Development Corporation, The Castle on Logan Circle was completed in 2003.

District Department of Housing and Community Development/Neighborhood Stabilization Program

BDC is a preferred developer of the District Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) Neighborhood Stabilization program. This program exists to ensure that some of the DC neighborhoods hit hardest by the recession are infused with resources to stabilize once again.   Part and parcel […]