WASHINGTON, DC – November 8, 2012 – Douglas Development is very excited to add new tenant BrightLife Direct, Inc. to their property located at 6856 Eastern Avenue, NW, and to their portfolio of unique and innovative tenants. BrightLife Direct, Inc. has leased 9,482 square feet on the ground floor of the Douglas Development-owned property, to be used as corporate office space and to fulfill e-commerce orders.
“This location is in an area flush with restaurants, parks, and within a two minute walk of the Takoma Park Metro Station. With this new space, BrightLife has the chance to really expand their reach,” said Douglas Development Principal, Norman Jemal.
BrightLife Direct, Inc. signed their lease with Douglas Development in the 4th quarter of 2012 and is expected to move into the space in the 1st quarter of 2013. The lease will keep BrightLife in this space for the next 5 years.
BrightLife offers many types of medical compression garments serving a wide range of purposes: helping with cancer recovery, weight loss, and edema, among others.
About Bright Life Direct, Inc.
Since its establishment in 2000, BrightLife Direct, Inc. has been selling medical compression garments for men and women in the USA, Canada, and around the world. They serve a wide range of clients and are committed to treating each of them with professionalism, care, and respect. BrightLife Direct, Inc. has grown largely from word of mouth and the referrals they receive from many doctors and clients in which they have developed trusted relationships. They offer premium lines and economical alternatives from manufacturers such as: Jobst, Juzo, Sigvaris, and Mediven.
About Douglas Development
Douglas Development’s commitment to improving neighborhoods and bringing valued brands to the District is unparalleled. Currently the largest private property owner in the area, Douglas
Development attracts and pursues the most sought after tenants, including luxury retailers and upscale restaurants. Douglas Development’s properties in the East End of Washington, DC have served as drivers for the continued growth of the area. Today the East End is known as a destination for shopping, dining, and luxury condominiums in the District.