The following is a list of recently built and proposed development sites around the D.C. Convention Center. The numbers correspond to the sites on the map.
1. 1225 I St.: A 200,000-square-foot office building built last year by the John Akridge Co.
2. 1215 I St.: A planned 247,000-square-foot office building to be built by the John Akridge Co. and designed to be a sister building to 1215 I Street. The date for the start of construction has not been set.
3. 1201 New York Ave.: A 315,000-square-foot office building under construction on the site of the former Trailways bus station. The $75 million project is being developed by The Kaempfer Co. and is expected to be completed sometime this fall.
4. National Museum of Women in the Arts: Complete renovation job finished earlier this year.
5. 1212 New York Ave.: A 100,000-square-foot office building developed by the Hadid Development Cos. The $23 million project was completed last month.
6. SW Corner of 12th Street and New York Avenue: A lot owned by the Jonathan Woodner Co., which is planning to build an office building on the site sometime in the next few years.
7. Greyhound Bus Terminal: Site was sold by Greyhound in 1985 for $21 million to a group of investors who later sold their interests to Carlyle Associates, a New York developer. Greyhound leases the terminal for bus operations but is expected to move out soon. The original Art Deco facade of the terminal, now covered by modern aluminum sheathing, has been registered as a historic landmark. Carlyle is looking at plans to build a 12-story, 300,000-square-foot office building that would accomodate the historic facade.
8. 1111 H St.: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Maharishi International University College of Natural Law, is under a sales contract to the Hadid Development Cos. Hadid is expected to settle on the property within 30 days and demolish the building to make way for an office project.
9. New Hecht's Department Store: a 275,000-square-foot new department store that opened in October 1985.
10. Crowne Plaza Holiday Inn: A 458-room convention hotel under construction by the Oliver T. Carr Co. and scheduled to open in September 1989.
11. Metro Center Complex: a 260,000-square-foot office building with 15,000 square feet of retail space to be built next year by the Oliver T. Carr Co.
12. NW Corner of 11th and K streets: A lot owned by The Kaempfer Co., which is planning a 86,000-square-foot office building.
13. Block being assembled for office development: One of the last blocks surrounding the Convention Center not yet fully assembled. Several players are involved in this block, which includes many small retail establishments.
14. 1001 New York Ave.: A 238,000-square-foot office building is proposed by the Hadid Development Cos. If zoning commission approval is granted soon, construction is expected to begin by the end of the year.
15. Block Slated for Possible Office Development: Mostly used as parking, a large part of this lot is owned by D.C. developer Richard S. Cohen and investor Jerome Golub. Plans call for an office complex, although Cohen says he is waiting to see if the Convention Center will be expanded. Cohen is president of Willco Construction Co. Inc.
16. Techworld: A 1.5 million-square-foot office, conference and hotel complex under construction by International Developers Inc. The $340 million complex will include an 800-room Ramada Renaissance hotel, shops and restaurants. Work began last December and the first phase is expected to be completed in 1989.
17. Media Tech Plaza: A 264,000-square-foot office complex being built by International Developers Inc. Construction is expected to begin this year.
18. Undeveloped lot: A parking garage and empty lot owned by developer Richard S. Cohen, brother Ronald Cohen and brother-in-law Joel Meisel. The owners say they have no immediate construction plans.
19. Far East Trade Center: A 1.2 million-square-foot office, hotel and retail complex to be built by the Conroy Co. and Melvin Simon & Associations in partnership with the Chinatown Development Corp.
20. Undeveloped lot: A major undeveloped lot, which sold for $8 million in 1985 to Circle Theatre owners Jim and Ted Pedas and James Clark, chairman of the George Hyman Construction Co.
21. Undeveloped lot: Another major undeveloped lot, owned by the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. C&P is looking at development options for the 47,400-square-foot parcel.
22. Undeveloped lot: Another undeveloped lot, which is owned by parking lot executive Leonard Doggett.
23. Grand Hyatt Hotel: A 950-room hotel developed by the Quadrangle Development Corp. and opened last month. The 750,000-square-foot hotel cost $140 million and is part of Quadrangle's Washington Center project.
24. Washington Center Office Building: A 650,000-square-foot office and retail complex being developed by Quadrangle Development, which recently bought the site from Woodward & Lothrup for $22 million. Construction is slated to begin next month and be finished by early 1989.
25. Woodward & Lothrop Department Store: An historic landmark, the renovated 524,000-square-foot store was reopened in October 1986.